Stars and Stingers: Mar. 6

Shining Stars to Jan, Jarod and Dane for all their hard work moving “Grandma.” You guys are terrific! Thank you.

  • Mar. 6, 2013 8:00 a.m.

Shining Stars to Jan, Jarod and Dane for all their hard work moving “Grandma.”  You guys are terrific!  Thank you.

Stingers to drivethrus that always mess up my order.

An arena full of stars to Nancy J for being the team manager.  We appreciate everything you do.

Stars to the Golden figure skaters for the great show they put on at the carnival.

Stars to Liz at the Whitetooth for the great service.

Stars to people who donate such great items to all the silent auctions around town.

Stingers to people who tailgate within the the town.

Stars to my dance partner at the beach party. Thank you for not dropping me when you flipped me.

Stingers to the people who leave beer cans on the side of the road on their way home from the bar.

Stars to people who go on vacation and bring you back gifts.

Stingers to people who are too scared to drive in some less-than-desirable road conditions, and then don’t show up for work.

Stars to all the volunteer drivers who donated their time to Meals on Wheels. Your time was very much appreciated.


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