Thanks & Spanks

THANKS, writes a reader, to East Liverpool City Hospital for the treatment of me while I was a patient for five days several months ago, as well as this week for both me and myself as we were treated in the emergency room. What a wonderful hospital. Clean, good food, professional, friendly, knowledgeable and caring. Let’s change the reputation of this great place.

SPANKS, writes a reader, to whomever keeps dropping off cats in Pleasant Heights.

THANKS, writes a reader, to Mr. Medley, the best employee Wellsville has ever hired. How lucky we are to have someone who cares enough to get things accomplished. This good man works non-stop for us.

The East Liverpool City School District Board sends a THANKS to the anonymous donor of $100,000 to be utilized for the Special Education Department.

THANKS, writes a reader, to Kay (recently retired from Giant Eagle) who was the “best of the best” and did a great job for the store and all of us “difficult” customers. Enjoy your new journey in life.

THANKS, writes a reader, to Donnie Hyatt for the grass he maintains within Chester’s city parks and around the city limits.

SPANKS, writes a reader, to the West Virginia Department of Highways for not patching or repairing Middle Run Road. It has been neglected for years.

THANKS, writes a reader, to Steve Shuman and the Chester Street Department for doing such a great job in our community with the limited financial budget the department is funded.

The local chapter of Vietnam Veterans of America sends a THANKS to those who donated as we sold poppies at Walmart. It went very well. It was especially touching to watch the little children proudly giving their offering. THANKS, too, to Walmart for its assistance, always helpful to veterans.

THANKS, writes a reader, to the area volunteer firefighters who constantly put themselves in danger for the safety of their neighbors.

THANKS, writes a reader, to area churches that continue to offer Vacation Bible School to the area children. A special THANKS to the many volunteers within these churches that continue to do God’s work.