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Editorial: Hearts and Darts (5/5/14)

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Hearts to the staff at Hillview Vet Clinic. They assisted with great compassion in one of the hardest decisions we pet owners have to make, putting down a beloved friend. They were professional and provided plenty of tissues. Thank you so much for your professionalism, I do appreciate your service.

Steve Brown


Hearts to Homeview Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center for the excellent care that was provided to our mother over the last eight years. We especially thank you for the care and attention you gave her in her final hours here on earth. We cannot begin to list each and every one of you individually, but you know who you are. Your quality facility was truly a “home” to her.

Family of Jessie E. Allen: Karen McDaniel, Janet Curry and Jeff Allen


A big heartfelt thank-you to the Franklin Fire Department, the paramedics and the Franklin police dispatcher who responded to our home on Roberts Road on the afternoon of April 13. You are our heroes — very professional, kind and spirited. Many thanks.

Morris and Phyllis King


A huge wheelbarrow full of hearts to the Franklin College Student Congress and Kurt Davis for a wonderful western-themed senior prom for our 55-and-better seniors. Food, games, prizes and dancing were a perfect 10! They sure lassoed our hearts. Thanks also to Jennifer Campbell and Tractor Supply for loaning us decorations, and Mary Beth Piland of Morning Pointe for limousine service. All of these folks are great community partners and a huge asset to Franklin.

Pam Gibson and staff,

Franklin Active Adult Center

Discover Downtown Franklin would like to thank Ann’s Restaurant for sponsoring our 2014 event T-shirt. Community partners and volunteers are the life of our organization and we are grateful for the opportunity to work together to benefit Franklin. Thank you.

Tara Payne,

executive director

Discover Downtown Franklin

Huge hearts to all who supported KIC-IT’s third annual Walk A Mile In My Shoes 5K walk on April 26. Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, donors, community partners and participants. We are blessed to have the support of the community which enables KIC-IT to continue to assist homeless youth in Johnson County.

Jill Overton and the KIC-IT Board


Hearts to the area businesses that helped make the 2014 Prince’s Lakes Easter Egg Hunt a success. Eddie’s Pizza, Nineveh Mini Mart, Vandivier Spirits, Morgan Insurance Group and Mutual Savings Bank, a big thank-you! Also, a big thanks to Lee Robbins, Laura Elmore, Preceptor Beta Sigma, J.P. Renner and the youth group at Nineveh Christian Church. Without all your help and contributions we could not continue to do this year after year.

Karen Harrison

and employees of Prince’s Lakes

Hearts to The Stacked Pickle for providing ham and turkey sliders to the Center Grove softball team during our Trojan Classic. The sandwiches were wonderful, and your generosity is greatly appreciated. We look forward to working with you in the future.

Anna Pratt

and the Center Grove softball team and parents,


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