Cheers to the plumber who came from Tacoma to my home, did the necessary repairs in my bathroom and did not present a bill. Since so many are taking advantage of senior citizens these days, his generosity and kindness were totally unexpected and most gratefully accepted.
Cheers to everyone who wears reflective clothing while out of their cars … and cheers to the pet reflective collars.
Cheers to Peninsula School Board members for taking time to come into classrooms to experience the challenges and successes of teaching and learning first hand. Nothing guides responsible governing like objective observation and listening.
Jeers to the middle aged white adult male who was turning left into the Safeway parking lot from Point Fosdick on Feb. 3 at approximately 5:45 p.m. and struck my vehicle, which was stopped in traffic. In order to get out of traffic and the pouring rain we agreed to meet at the nearby Chevron station to exchange information. I went there but you just took off. You caused more than $3,000 damage to my vehicle that I now need to pay. Shame on you — how can you live with yourself?
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Cheers to Main & Vine for their generous donations to the Peninsula FISH food bank. Even before their grand opening, Main & Vine donated literally tons of fresh produce. This week they continued that generosity with an astounding cash donation, more first-rate produce, cleaning supplies and even dozens of boxes of Valentine’s Day candy. A huge thank you to this newest member of our big-hearted grocery community.
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