Spanks, writes a reader, to those youth football parents who think their children have the right to play on the high school football fields. Most of these youth organization are not directly affiliated with the schools.
Spanks, writes a reader, to those school officials who did not see fit to have a pep rally in support of the Potters' opening football game against their main rival, Beaver Local. This is the biggest game of the year, each season, especially for the seniors.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the gentleman who turned in my wallet at Carnegie Library after I had left it on the computer table. It's good to know there are some honest and decent people.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Tammy at Wise Buys for donating a huge carpet to the Center for Success classroom at the Career Center. It is exactly what our classroom needed.
Spanks, writes a reader, to parents who allow their children to run the bleachers at the Oak Glen home games. It is very annoying to anyone trying to watch the game. More supervision is needed before someone gets hurt.
Spanks, writes a reader, to village officials in Wellsville for not having traffic lines on Clark Avenue. It is not safe with all the big trucks traveling the street.
Thanks, writes a reader, to members of the community, including the Wellsville football team, for helping plant flowers at the Boy and the Boot area.
Spanks, writes a reader, to some area school districts for the lousy lunches they serve our children. In this economy, kids need a well-balanced, tasty lunch. For some it's the only meal they may have that day.