Just wanted to thank all who have been responsible for keeping the streets of Franklin plowed this winter. Great job!
We were changing a tire at the edge of the Oakville subdivision during a recent snowstorm. A Greenwood police officer was on his way home after working all night and stopped to help us. He lived nearby and went home and brought back a floor jack to help get the car raised up high enough in the snow to allow us to get the tire changed. Thank you so much for helping us. We greatly appreciate it.
Tim and Melinda Adams, black Trailblazer owners
I would like to extend a sincere thanks to the staff of the Franklin Starbucks working on Jan. 20. The staff had several customers both in the store and in the drive-thru. My mother and I ordered our drinks and were surprised when our drinks were free. Apparently, the wait time for our drinks was not up to the bar set by Starbucks, so our drinks were free. Franklin Starbucks not only talks the talk about customer service, but really walks the walk, as well. In today’s world, that is refreshing for consumers.
Pamela J. Ribelin
Warm hearts to the snowplow driver who stopped to help us push and dig out our car when a narrow but deep snow drift left us stuck in the road in front of our house. There was enough room for him to just pass by and leave us to our shoveling, but he added his muscle and expertise to the effort.
Bob and Kelli Park
Hearts to my wonderful neighbors Polly Roberts and Shirley Nicholas for taking me to the hospital and staying with me until my daughter came. To Rick Frazier for clearing my drive every time it snows and to Gerald Roberts for repairing my mailbox after it was damaged by snow thrown by the plow. God bless you.
A heartfelt thank-you to the people who stopped to help me from a field of snow after I hit a patch of ice and lost control of my SUV north of Nineveh on the afternoon of Jan. 26. To the two young ladies who actually pulled me back up to the road after I stepped into a snow-covered ditch, to the young man (with two first names) and the others who towed my SUV back onto the road, bless you all.
Norma Jean Able
Huge hearts to coach Walt Raines, the coaching staff and the Franklin girls basketball team for supporting Lauren (Hill)’s fight for a cure during the coaches vs. cancer game.
Angie Hill and the family of Lauren Hill
To Johnson County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Wools, thanks for going above and beyond in making sure we knew what happened to our pine tree after the recent accident near the entry to our community. We have lost several trees to accidents, but you are the first to ever make sure that we were informed of what happened. Glad no one was hurt. Thanks for being such a professional!
Carole Tanner and the Willow Lakes East home owners association