Stars and Stingers: Sept. 12

A farmer’s wagon loads of stars to Colleen Palumbo for a very efficient job done on the Kicking Horse Country Fall Faire

  • Sep. 12, 2012 4:00 p.m.

Stars to the Town of Golden for helping us so much – Jon Wilsgard for working with us on the TLO plus Chris Cochran and Dave Poland for the sign boards that we used on Hwy #1 to get people downtown to Spirit Square.  From the Spirit Square Saturday Market Managers

A star for Bruce Tomlinson for being such a good friend.

Stars to all the young people who came to Marion Lake between Aug. 24 and 29.

Stars to Darryl for the photograph that has taken 20 years off me, you made my day, thank you!

Stars to Dr. Tan and his wonderful nurses when working the E.R.  Thank you for saving my life.  You are the best at what you do and I will forever be grateful. Mel you really are an angel.

Stars to staff at the Golden Visitor Centre for sending tourists down to our store on a grey September afternoon for ice cream.

Many many miles of stingers to all the vehicles on the highway, mostly Albertans, that do not know what a signal light is used for on their vehicle.  No courtesy on highways kills people.

A farmer’s wagon loads of stars to Colleen Palumbo for a very efficient job done on the Kicking Horse Country Fall Faire.

A world full of stars to our Golden Fire Department for being so prompt, courteous and very fast in coming when our fire alarm went off. Thank you.

 

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