Stars and Stingers: Feb. 20

Stars to all the organizers and volunteers, especially Joyce and Bill, who make the Snow King festivities happen.

  • Feb. 20, 2013 2:00 p.m.

I see stars to the light and ice sculpture on Highway 95 by Nicholson School – very cool.

 

An allstar to the reporter who gave away his valuable hockey cards to a young hockey card collector to enjoy. Thanks!

 

Stingers to the horrible zamboni driver at the Rockets hockey game on Feb. 14.

 

Stars to the Golden Star for their ongoing support in the community and for always getting the word out about special events!

 

Stars to all the organizers and volunteers, especially Joyce and Bill, who make the Snow King festivities happen.

 

Stars to the Blues Brothers at the costume ball. You guys rock!

 

Stingers to the people who threw drinking glasses out of the bar, and left smashed glass on the street.

 

Stars to the Golden Rockets for such a great regular season of hockey. Good luck in the playoffs.

 

Stingers to people who go on vacations to warm places, and leave us here in the cold.

 

Stars to all the people and businesses who are buying tickets to the Rotary Gala and supporting a good cause.

 

Stingers to whoever went into the drug store with knives, and traumatized the staff just for a quick pay day. Get a job like the rest of us.

 

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