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Hearts and darts (March 3, 2014)

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EDITOR’S NOTE — Hearts and Darts is published Mondays and as space is available. To submit an item, email editorial assistant Anna Herkamp at aherkamp@dailyjournal.net, fax to 736-2766, call 736-2712 or mail to P.O. Box 699, Franklin, IN 46131. Items must include the writer’s full name, city of residence, telephone number and full names of all people mentioned in the item. Items cannot be printed without the writer’s real first and last name and city of residence. Writers are asked to name no more than 10 individuals and five businesses in hearts and not to name individuals in darts. Items should not exceed 100 words. We do not print darts related to business disputes.


Thank you so much to our incredible Indian Creek Elementary School PTO for the fabulous luncheon! You are the most amazing group of parents. You do so much for the students and teachers alike. We appreciate your thoughtfulness and support.

Christie Smith,second-grade teacher

and the Indian Creek Elementary School staff

Hearts to the Greenwood Police Department. Thank you so much for attending and helping with the burial of Billy W. Bryant. The speaker gave us such a wonderful insight into the kind of person Billy was. Thank you again.

Judith Miller


Huge hearts to our neighbors and friends, Henry Lewis and Mike Lewis, for always coming right out following a snowfall to clear the roads and driveways. They are Johnny on the spot for the Stonybrook neighborhood, and we appreciate them and all their efforts to keep our neighborhood safe.

Brian and Stacy McGaha


Hearts to our neighbor, Dr. Craig Moorman, for going above and beyond in helping to keep our sidewalks clear this winter from all of the snow. It was greatly appreciated.

David and Patricia Miller


A good neighbor indeed in our little neighborhood in Franklin on West Madison Street. Many years now, this neighbor of ours, Stanley Shafer, has cleaned the sidewalks of snow. This year, I just had to write a heart to the paper. He has stayed very busy with his snowblower. He cleans from Walnut Street to West Street on the north side and then works on Walnut Street, and as far as I can see the snow’s flying. I am not able to work out in the snow, and I do so appreciate his help. God bless him.

Doris Thomas


Ella’s Frozen Yogurt had the opportunity to host a fundraiser for Center Grove Middle School North last week. As students came through our booth, we were so impressed by their kindness and manners. The “please” and “thank-yous,” letting others go in front of them, thanking us for being there. If that is a sampling of our youth today, it’s all good. Thanks for having us.

Greg and Lorrie Gray,

owners, Ella’s Frozen Yogurt

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