Stars and Stingers: Oct. 9

A Pub full of Stars to Tony at Omega for the awesome lunch.

  • Oct. 9, 2013 7:00 a.m.

A Street full of Stars to Frank for calling to let us know there was a bear in the neighborhood and to not let our grandchildren outside.

Stingers to whoever drew an obscene picture in the dirt on my car. I know its dirty, I’ll clean it when I have time!

A Pub full of Stars to Tony at Omega for the awesome lunch.

Stingers to the white truck that cut me off on the highway.

A banana box full of Stars to Bobbi for the apples.

A Star to Bob Munroe for his timely letter regarding  the Trans-Canada construction through Golden

Stingers to the people who let their dogs crap on the trails and don’t pick it up.

Stars to Jaclyn Keppler for being a fantastic new teacher at the Golden Dance Academy

Stars to the forestry folk that thinned and cleaned up the Selkirk Rotary Trails. It’s sooo much nicer now.

Stingers to neighbours who block your driveway.

Stars to men and women in emergency services who work hard to keep us safe.


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