Opinion

Thanks and Spanks

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Spanks to those who use the newspaper boxes as a place to throw out your junk mail. Others should not have to wade through your garbage in order to get a newspaper.

 

Thanks to those who work towards making our hiking biking and walking trails a safe and fun place.

 

Spanks to those who are doing graffiti on the Zuckerberg Island suspension bridge.

 

Thanks to all the grad parents who work diligently on this years grad festivities!

 

Thanks to the mysterious someone who gifted me a dog leash so I could walk my dog Rollis You made my day!

 

Spanks to those individuals that continue to speed through neighbourhoods - shame on you!

 

Thanks to businesses for donating to our fundraiser a couple of weekends ago.

 

Spanks to the idiot zig zagging through traffic with an “L”

 

Thanks to all those great kids down at the Skatepark. They always look out for each other, and always take the time to help out the little guys just learning.

 

Thanks to local supermarkets for their donations of fruit to the local Primary School’s sports day. You helped to create a very yummy refreshment stand for the kids this year!

 

Send Thanks or Spanks to newsroom@castlegarnews.com

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