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Hearts and darts (November, 18, 2013)


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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.

Hearts

  • Hearts to the Johnson County Highway Department for correcting the Nineveh Road signs near Ramsey Addition. The residents appreciate it.

    Karen and Rich Gotshall

    Franklin

  • Hearts to Danny Wilson for the free labor he donated to build the Mission Statement pillar at Proctor Park. This pillar is a smaller version of the pillars that are planned as part of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that will be engraved with the names of the Hoosier lives that were lost during that conflict. Like so many of our beloved veterans, thank you Danny for your continued service.

    Maribeth Alspach

    New Whiteland

  • Hearts to MetroNet and Q.C. Communications for saving the day at Proctor Park. A recent windstorm snapped one of the ropes in the military section at Proctor Park and we lost one of our flags. Chris Kemp, David Howser, Shawn Howser and Mike Richards arrived in a bucket truck to install a new rope and flag so that all of the military flags would be proudly flying this Veterans Day weekend. Thanks to this team of heroes and Steve Biggerstaff at MetroNet for coming to our rescue.

    Maribeth Alspach

    New Whiteland

  • Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County would like to send huge hearts to all the sponsors, donors, volunteers, committee members and board members who made our More Than Houses Breakfast a huge success this year. We could not continue to help Johnson County families realize their dream of homeownership without the wonderful support we receive from our community.

    Lee Ann Wilbur

    executive director, Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County

    Franklin

  • A big heart to Franklin Boy Scout Troop 228 and Grace United Methodist Church for the wonderful celebration of veterans. The boys performed their duties with respect and truly honored all of the men and women of the armed forces. Thank you to all of the boys and their leaders.

    Nina Miller

    Franklin

  • A big thank-you to all the guys on Greenwood’s street department for the good job they do picking up our limbs and leaves, helping keep our property looking good.

    Lela Pugh

    Greenwood

  • Huge hearts to the Greenwood School Corporation and the community for their continued support of the Greenwood Marching Woodmen and Irish Guard. I know that the community sometimes sacrifices sleep, time and money to support this group of wonderful students that is led by exemplary directors. Having two daughters that are students at Greenwood, it is invaluable to have such a great program to entrust our children to and the community’s support is greatly appreciated.

    Julia Yeater

    Greenwood

Darts

  • Darts to school principals in Marion and Johnson counties who did not nominate a teacher in the Patriotic Teacher of the Year student essay contest. The students lost out on scholarship and cash prizes.

    Eddie Ray Bullock

    Greenwood

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