Hearts and Darts
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- Hearts to the cities and towns in Johnson County that have set trick-or-treat hours to end no later than 8 p.m. It is not necessary for children of any age to be out until 9 p.m.
- Hearts to Hoosier Cupboard Candy and Snacks for donating the chocolate gold coins for our Friends of the Library annual meeting. Both children an adults enjoyed them as decorations and then sweet treats! Your kindness was sincerely appreciated.
Mary Jane Rose
the JCPL Friends of Library board
- Thank you to the Kroger managerial staff in Franklin for helping my father when he fell on Oct. 26. He bumped his head when he lost his balance. The staff was prompt, helpful and very kind. I just wanted to thank them for helping a 106-year-old man.
- The Nineveh Heritage Committee would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the 2015 Nineveh Heritage Festival. Special thanks goes to Cornerstone Contracting and Rob, Bonnie and Kevin Wilson and families for hosting the event; Parade Marshal Bill Adams; Johnson County Fair Queen Samantha Morris; Brent Roberts; Indian Creek High School Choir and Dance Team; Nineveh Post Office; Nineveh Volunteer Fire Department; The Crossing and Atterbury Job Corps Center. Proceeds benefit local projects and a scholarship fund for Nineveh Township residents.
Nineveh Heritage Committee
On behalf of the St. Thomas Clinic family and the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, we want to say thank-you to all who participated in our recent shred day clinic fundraiser at the UPS store! Your participation raised a total of $506 for the clinic. We also want to thank the staff at UPS for hosting, KORN radio 100.3, the Daily Journal and the Johnson County recycling center for helping us spread the word about the event. At our next event in March, we will actually request a shred truck to be onsite due to the abundant participation. Terresa Branham
St. Thomas Clinic
- Darts to the Daily Journal for not having someone in the circulation department on Saturday afternoons until they know all mail has been delivered. When your mail doesn’t arrive until late afternoon and you don’t receive your paper, you get a recording. You then don’t receive your paper until Monday along with your Monday paper.
- Darts to the cities and towns in Johnson County that have set trick-or-treat hours to last until 9 p.m. It is not necessary for children of any age to be out until 9 p.m.