Cheers to Elizabeth from the Harbor History Museum for the Buried History program held at the Gig Harbor cemetery. You brought to life some interesting characters from Gig Harbor’s past. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and the actors that portrayed these characters. We need more programs like this to focus on the roots of our community and honor the families who helped shape this town. Keep up the good work. I look forward to the next program!
Jeers to whoever is responsible for the landscaping at the Kimball Street Park and Ride. The weeds in the dividers are out of control and there is a tree down right next to the sidewalk that has not been removed for over a month. Is this a city issue or Pierce Transit? For those using the wonderful Trolley system it does not present a positive impression.
Cheers to the Peninsula Light Company staff who patiently work through billing issues with those who are technically challenged.
Jeers to the individuals who left the aftermath of their fireworks war in the St. Nicholas Church parking lot for someone else to clean up. May God bless you and have a nice day.
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Cheers to Don from Ace Hardware who was very helpful and knowledgeable when I stopped by this week to talk Stihl tools. I was very impressed about how well he knew the product and how well he explained the features to me. I'm so glad I don't need to go to Tacoma anymore because I have found an excellent Stihl dealer here. Thanks.
Cheers to the gentleman I see riding his bike up Rosedale every morning with his Chihuahua tucked into his jacket. You give me a smile every day that I see you.
Jeers to the rude, inconsiderate motorists and bikers that ROAR up and down Gig Harbor arterials with obnoxiously loud exhausts and/or with so-called “music” blaring — unnecessary, annoying noises that can be heard blocks away. Encouraging Gig Harbor police to enforce noise ordinances to prevent Gig Harbor slowly turning into another low-life hole.
Jeers to the person that threw a full water bottle at my son’s truck when he was exiting 16 onto Purdy Dr. on June 25. That bottle went into the windshield and sprayed all three of my kids with glass. Bad form, my friend!
Cheers to my son, who had the wherewithal to keep his truck straight. This had the potential of being a deadly accident. Instead it turned into a vandalism windshield replacement claim. For this I am truly grateful!