Stars and Stingers: Dec. 17

A book full of stars to the library staff for their friendly helpfulness.

  • Dec. 18, 2014 7:00 p.m.

Stingers to the people who kicked out the window on the gondola last weekend. We know who you are.

 

A book full of stars to the library staff for their friendly helpfulness.

 

A shopping bag full of stars to Charlene at the Dollar Store for always lending a friendly ear.

Stars to Mayor Ron for personally going door to door offering his help and support to the home owners affected by the ice jam.

 

Healthy and Helping Stars to all the doctors, nurses, techs and clerks at the Golden Medical Clinic – you rock!

 

Fun STARS to Golden Silver Smithing. Becky and Sharon are awesome and great teachers/mentors/co-conspirators.

 

A shining star to Penny at the Prestige Cold Beer and Wine store for the great service!

 

A stinger to people who don’t appreciate what they have and always want to have more.

 

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