Stars and Stingers: Dec. 24

A big shining star to KHMR for hosting a Christmas Eve service.

  • Dec. 23, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Stars to the Parson Jazz Cooperative for not only putting on a fantastic show, but also for raising over $500 for the Rotary Medical Emergency Fund.

A big shining star to KHMR for hosting a Christmas Eve service.

A big star to Stephanie, residents, and the board at Abbeyfield for the delicious plate of goodies you brought to Tru Hardware.

Stars and thank you to Alice, Christy and Dr. Booher for getting me in for a last minute dental work! Root canals rock!!

A bright star to the Island Restaurant and Jazz loving patrons who collectively raised $547 at last Wednesday’s Parson Jazz Cooperative gig.

The money goes to the Rotary Club Emergency Medical Fund, helping families have a happier new year.

Stingers to anyone who thinks Scrooged is a bad movie.

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