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Thanks & Spanks for 12-21

December 21, 2012
The Review

Spanks, writes a reader, to the high school parents who think that their child deserves to play. Talent is not developed on game night, it is developed during practice.

Thanks, writes a reader, to the bakers at the Calcutta Giant Eagle.

Spanks, writes a reader, to East Liverpool city officials for letting the Christmas parade go on without attempting to sweep and clean the downtown streets.

Thanks, writes a reader, to Mrs. Locke and her family for making East Liverpool a better place to live, work and shop for decades. She, and the store, will be missed.

Spanks, writes a reader, to an area school district for working a substitute aide although no regular aide is absent.

Thanks, writes a reader, to the Wellsville Revitalization Committee for providing the white lights which were lovingly put up by the nice Wellsville couple who also put up lights across the bridge and 9-11 Memorial.

Thanks, writes a reader, to the many catholics who signed petitions to help in attempting to get Immaculate Conception Church reopened.

Spanks, writes a reader, to the area high school female parent for yelling profanities at the opponent's coaching staff.

Spanks, writes a reader, to area law enforcement officers who frequently talk on their hand-held cell phones on duty while driving their cruisers. It sends the wrong message to other motorists, especially impressionable young people.

Spanks, writes a reader, to the motorist who hit a family dog on Route 8, Sunday afternoon, and didn't care enough to stop.

Thanks, writes a reader, to all who donated and prayed for those in need after the storm, Sandy. The mission trip and items donated both were a huge success.

Thanks, writes a reader, to Dale Chenault of Lasting Moments Photography for taking pictures at Christmas for the Animals. Also, thanks to Alley Cat Brigade for another year of giving to the animals.

Spanks, writes a reader, to the inconsiderate individuals who steal from the grave sites at area cemeteries.

 
 

 

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