Stars and Stingers: Sept. 5

A star to the CPR for rebuilding the mainline crossing. A job well done.

  • Sep. 5, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Stingers to people stopping the use of the bridge due to weddings.

Stingers to the Town for not updating the dog bite bylaw.

Stars and our warmest wishes for our word-spreading friends at The Columbia Valley Bible Fellowship.  For many years now Ralph and Lynda have been the key, bringing together friends and neighbors in our valley.  Their special guests and joyous occasions remind us all that there are wonderful people in this world.

A star to the CPR for rebuilding the mainline crossing. A job well done.

Stars to the girls who helped me put my tent up (girls empowerment).

Evening full of stars to Trish at Kicking Horse Movies for her excellent service, for getting me the new season of S.O.A.

Stingers to the reporter who publicly allowed their own political point of view to encourage the public not to vote for a particular candidate.

Stars to 7-11 for making me a fresh pizza.

Stingers to my mom for forgetting to bring my new hat when she came to visit me.

Stars to my friends for taking me to Mitten Lake. I’m so glad I finally got to see it.

Stars to my boss for getting a coffee maker in the office.

 

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