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Editorial: Hearts and Darts (7/21/14)

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Hearts to all the supporters of the recent Pathfinder Cub Scout Day Camp at the FFA Center. Special thanks to those

local donors who helped feed and support our staff: L&D

Mechanical, Firehouse Subs in Franklin, Domino’s in Edinburgh, The Crowbar and The Pigs Tail in Trafalgar. Thank you for all who support the local Scouting Program.

Bill Hougham

Pathfinder District Day Camp


I would like to thank Smallwood Appliances in Franklin. We called them for a dishwasher that wasn’t drying our dishes. The service technician was right on time and spotted the problem immediately. We had to purchase a new dishwasher. The service call was at 10:30 a.m. and we had a new dishwasher installed by 5 p.m. that day. Thank you so much for your help, professionalism, and all-around great service!

Pam and Rosemary Ribelin


Hearts to Wood Auto Repair in Whiteland for taking the time and effort to research a possible solution to my car’s mechanical problem. I know that this may only be a temporary fix and may need a $700 part later, but hopefully it could be a permanent repair. I appreciate the option. Since I had a $800 repair bill the week before, this was welcome news.

Mary Williams


Hearts to Discover Downtown Franklin, Franklin Parks and Recreation, Greenwood Parks and Recreation, Greenwood Park Mall, and the Franklin Symphonic Council for all of the opportunities to be outside and listen to music. I can’t think of a better way to spend a summer night.

Mary Williams


Thank you to the City of Franklin street department, parks department and department of public works for all of your help with this year’s Smoke on the Square event. We couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you to all of the downtown businesses for their patience with road closures — and especially those who got involved with Smoke on the Square and helped make it a great event.

Tara Payne

and Discover Downtown Franklin

Many thanks to the nice young gentleman who changed my flat tire outside the Social of Greenwood June 18. I really appreciated all the hard work he did as the previous owner of my SUV must have taken the jack. Fortunately, his own jack worked. It’s a great feeling to know that, in today’s world, there are people still willing to help others. Hopefully, in the future, he will be rewarded for his good deed.

Jo Kenworthy


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