Thanks & Spanks
THANKS, writes a reader, to the Beaver Local High School “Leos” for providing local nursing homes with adult coloring books for Valentine’s Day. Leo Club members Konnor McCoy, Kenzie Delposen, and Kayley Long were warmly-welcomed and appreciated during their visitations.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Chester First Christian Church ladies and congregation members who provided, prepared, and served a wonderful meal to our family after our father’s funeral service Monday. It was delicious and so appreciated. Bless you all.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Bob and Robin’s Flowers and other donors for making Marques McHaffie’s Project ROSES a success.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the councilman who stated there was only one person on the Board of Public Utilities with experience. I believe Mrs. Davis also served the water department for 30 years, working as chief clerk in the office and also at one time served as operator at the water treatment plant.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the local policeman, firemen, EMTs, postal worker and librarian who visited North Elementary kindergarten classrooms to talk about the importance of their jobs. The students and the teachers enjoyed the visit.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the walking mailman who didn’t check my outgoing mail for two days.
The Etruria Street Church of God, located in the East End of East Liverpool, sends a THANKS to its loyal friends and customers for 45 years of support and patronage during its annual Easter candy project. The church, however, will not conduct the candy project this season.
Thanks & Spanks
SPANKS, writes a reader, to an area athletic director for not attending a girls basketball game against the local rival.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the Liverpool Township Police Department for diligently checking on the custodial staff at LaCroft Elementary when they arrive early.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to local youth volleyball coaches that play their own kids all game, every game. Also, SPANKS to the lack of organization, the waste of practice instruction, and the ridiculous amount of money charged compared to other teams.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the city of East Liverpool for forcing an elderly person to tear down a vacant house in the East End that only needed painted and the yard’s brush cut. SPANKS, too, to the city for the structures at the bottom of Bradshaw Avenue? Those are two hazards that a coat of paint won’t help. Do something!
THANKS, writes a reader, to newspaper carriers for delivering us the news each day, no matter the elements, so we can read a paper the old fashioned way.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the Chester Water Board for being indecisive when some decisions need addressed faster than four months.
THANKS, writes a reader, to “coach” Asher and service manager Brian of Power Pontiac for the professionalism shown in fixing my automobile.
THANKS, writes a reader and a veteran, to those who helped put on the military appreciation night Feb. 2 at the East Liverpool-Steubenville basketball game. THANKS, too, that the veterans got their picture taken with both the Big Red and Potters teams. It was nice that all veterans, past and present, were recognized. Special THANKS to Jimmy Joe Savage for taking the picture and the East Liverpool Rebound Club.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the city of East Liverpool for not recycling the items that citizens take the time to separate and place in designated bins at curbside.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to local schools that charge for parking during sporting events.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to East Liverpool Schools for not clearing the parking lots and sidewalks when it snows. My daughter fell and hit her head on the concrete.