Around Town – Sept. 30

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Sept. 30

Orchids to

officials for effectively issuing a challenge to their counterparts to be better and do better with regards to employee misconduct.

elected officials who are a source of inspiration to their staff as opposed to a source of intimidation, bulling, verbal abuse or dread.

the Columbus Pickle Ball Club that volunteered at the Mill Race Marathon.

Mike Brinker for being so helpful last Friday.

Dr. Susan Wain, dental hygienist Jackie, dental hygienist Kelly, and the competent staff of Sancrest Dental Health, we thank them for excellent professional care.

Todd Rokita, attorney general, for defending people who have been conned by slick hustlers.

Onions to

the red Ford Explorer with the booming bass rattling the windows along Marr Road.

not caring enough to use the Emergency Notification System to advise us of the boil water advisory in the Taylorsville area.

the principal allowing children to bully and be mean to each other and doing nothing about it.

no longer offering a free beverage to people who complete the races.

the 5k participants who let their kids run wild, zigging, zagging and backwards into the other runners who know race etiquette.

the federal elected official who claims to be the most union-friendly when this only fuels higher prices for American-made products, strengthens our competitors and increases inflation.

Happy Birthday to

Autumn Miller, from your family and Donna.

Michelle Harris, from your family and Donna.

Loretta Wheeler, from your family and Donna.

Bob Battin, from your family and Donna.

Rachel Wade, from Danielle and the kids, Linda, Deborah, Bonnie, Pat, Pat W., Carolyn, Robin, Carol, Debbie and Donna.

Judy Meyer, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Richard Lee Titus on No. 89, love from your sis Donna.