Around Town – Nov. 8

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Nov. 8

Orchids to

Ed Stamper for help with the paper, from a thankful friend.

Pastor Adam for a powerful message on All Saints Day that truly gave reassurance that God loves us and we are precious in His eyes, from Nancy Conner.

East High School Senior Casper Cavanaugh for his unique, creative project honoring Columbus East art teacher Phillip Miller.

Laura Moses-Wadsworth and her dog Moses, on your one year anniversary, for providing dog therapy to participants at Turning Point, from Turning Point.

the driver of a big white pick-up truck, with a white gem sticker on the back window, for anonymously buying our food at Culver’s drive thru last Friday night. We are grateful for your kindness.

Onions to

the former and never again president for his arrogant behavior and total disregard of court proceedings.

teachers posting pictures of kids in crisis on Facebook.

anyone with the entitled thinking a non-service animal belongs in any business other than a pet store.

those who think money should be spent on themselves instead of maintaining history and culture, get a job.

black Mustangs that are an annoying noise nuisance.

hateful protestors who vandalized several sites in Washington, D.C.

Happy Birthday to

Kevin Hashman, from friends at Bethel Baptist Church.

Happy Belated Birthday to

Maggie Taylor, love from all your family.