Stars and Stingers: Oct. 31

Stars to the Mad Trapper Pub of their generous support of all the non-profit fundraisers they allow to be hosted there!

  • Oct. 31, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Stars for the great article on Bill Henderson, he is a pillar of the community and just an all around good guy!

Stars to Norm Macdonald, MLA for his message of support and positive outlook for Golden delivered to Council last Tues. This member of the Gallery appreciated it!

Stingers to the business that cost me over $1,000 on my taxes.

Stars to the Mad Trapper Pub of their generous support of all the non-profit fundraisers they allow to be hosted there!

Stingers to the garage that not only drained my battery, but charged double to replace it.

Stars to the woman who kept chatting with me during my run. It made it go by much faster.

Stingers to my neighbour upstairs who kept me up all night. Use your inside voice!

Stars to Kicking Horse Ford for supporting the Golden Women’s Resouce Centre. It is appreciated.

Stars to my family for the early Christmas present. It was delicious.

Stingers to the people who do not take the time to keep their yards clean. It is everybody’s responsibility to keep Golden beatutiful.

 

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