Stars and Stingers: Oct. 17

A stinger to those who do not know the rules when it comes to roundabouts/traffic circles; use your signal lights!

  • Oct. 17, 2012 10:00 a.m.

100 Stars to the wonderfully honest person who turned in the envelope found in the CVCU bathroom to the CVCU.

Stars to everyone who supported us at the Spilli Bean. Your smiles and enthusiasm made for a great second season.

A stinger to those who do not know the rules when it comes to roundabouts/traffic circles; use your signal lights!

Stars to the wonderful man who helped me fix my broken windshield wiper in the pouring rain.

Stingers to the people who speed in school zones.

A star to the two-year-old who was doing the Gangnam Style dance at the hockey game.

Stars to the poutine guys for getting into the Golden Arena. You have made hockey games that much more delicious.

Stingers to the vendor who had too much fun on Saturday night, and didn’t make it to the wedding show on Sunday.

Stars to the organizers of the wedding show, it was a great time.

A star to the organizers of Golden Film Kicks for a great night out at the theatre.

 

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