Thanks & Spanks
THANKS, writes a reader, to the man at Walmart who helped me unload my items at the cash register and then load them back into my cart while I tended to my 6-week-old daughter. You even offered to help me to my car! Your generosity was greatly appreciated, and congratulations on your first grandson due in November.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Donnie Murray for watering the planters along Carolina Avenue that were donated by the Chester Garden Club.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Mckinney Furniture Store and St. Clair Township trustees for promoting the Beaver Local Leo Club’s recent community car wash. Your electronic signs helped make the car wash project a huge success. THANKS, as well, to Calcutta’s Advance Auto Parts for supporting the Leo Club’s car wash. They provided all of the car wash supplies and water hose. The Leo Club THANKS the support of the community to raise funds for its local charities and future community service projects. More than 60 vehicles were washed last Saturday.
THANKS, writes a reader, to those who volunteered to be celebrity readers for the Energy Express reading and nutrition program which took place in Chester.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those behind the wheel do not understand the meaning of “right on red.”
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THANKS, writes a reader, to the honest person who turned in the money I had lost at Walmart on Saturday. My husband has been ill and not been able to work since last August. Every dollar is precious. God Bless You.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Kim, a pharmacist at Rite Aid, who went above-and-beyond to obtain my prescription for me. It was very much appreciated.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the Wellsville landlords opposing the possible fees discussed by council. Many rental properties in town are an eyesore, making life miserable for decent homeowners who live near them. This is a nominal fee and is for the good of the town.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to a local establishment for harassing a gentleman by telling him he had to leave because someone complained of him wearing a catheter bag that could barely be seen under his clothes.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those businesses that hire those who are financially-secure for jobs that require no special schooling or skills. It’s these types of jobs that could lead someone away from welfare or allow them to supplement income for their family.
Destiny House sends a THANKS to both Bricker’s for the ice cream cones and to Paula Vaughn and the Pottery Festival Committee for lending brooms and dustpans for the church’s street cleaning team.
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THANKS, writes a reader, to Nancy and Bud Hanselman for another great job on the Olde Guard Luncheon – each year it seems to get better. Thanks for all you do.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to businesses that are not open during advertised hours of operation.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the gentleman who helped me at the Giant Eagle parking lot when my car broke down. He was my angel.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those who patronize fast food restaurants knowing the workers are busy but still throw a fit like a child. Please have courtesy.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the employees of the East Liverpool Refuse Department who came to the aide of my wife after she had fallen on our steps. They picked her up and brought her to my door. They are true gentlemen.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the local Glenmoor family for yet another year with a great Fourth of July fireworks display.
THANKS, writes a reader, to East Liverpool city officials for using common sense and allowing the street department to work overtime to clean the downtown streets after the weekend festivities for the All-School Reunion. Great job. It certainly is nice to have people in charge who will work with the people in town to help make it look better for all of us.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those who jump to conclusions before receiving the entire story.
THANKS, writes a reader, to those law enforcement officers who worked together to safely end the dangerous chase/standoff near the city limits in East Liverpool. SPANKS, though, to residents who were attempting to get a closer look, thus putting themselves and others in a bad situation.
THANKS, writes a reader, to those alumni from East Liverpool and Beaver Local high schools who returned to the area last weekend for their All-Class reunions.
THANKS, writes a reader, to East Liverpool’s Josh “Sandman” Stansbury for his effort in The Ultimate Fighter 23 competition. Residents of the entire area should be proud of his accomplishments.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to Kenny Chesney concert-goers who again trashed the area surrounding Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. It shows a total lack of respect.
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THANKS, writes a reader, to the young man, who works at Stevens Jewelers, for paying for three children to ride the pony ride at the Pottery Festival after he saw them sitting there alone, watching other kids have fun. SPANKS, though, to parents who used the festival as their babysitter.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to coaches who allow players to use foul language and bully tactics toward other teams even after the official has warned them to stop. THANKS to the coach who did not allow players to be subject to this abuse and stopped the game.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the staff at Herche-Bloor Pharmacy for always being so nice and helpful – filling my prescription quickly and never complaining when I come in at the end of the day. They are one more reason I appreciate living in a small town.
THANKS, writes a reader, to East Liverpool Police Department for efforts to control crime in the city. The recent drug busts are to be applauded as well as the arrests of a theft ring.
THANKS, writes a reader, to members of the St. Clair Township Road Department, who – while replacing a concrete culvert on my road – inadvertently damaged my mailbox. The crew reported the damage to me, telling me they wold return to repair it. True to their word, they returned and put in a new post and cross post.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the Hancock County Animal Shelter Foundation for finding homes for the animals who have been in their charge the last several years. THANKS, also, to those who adopted these great “fur kids.”