‘An asset to this community’
Pam and Gary Shuck of Windfall send this Cheer for a group of community activists:
“Citizens for Responsible Development, we thank you and are grateful for each and every one of you.
“These words aren’t sufficient but come from our hearts.
“You are an asset to this community. Your bright young minds and collective talents, along with teamwork, are amazing.
“You give unity, strength and hope to us who weren’t given a voice. You apply full efforts and knowledge, put in endless hours and focus to help others in the battle of the wind farms.
“You place your own lives on hold, which shows your selflessness, character and dedication to what is right. You’re already winners! You’re a force to be reckoned with!
“May God continue to be your strength and shine light upon the truth.”
Please fulfill your responsibilities
Amanda Baldwin sends this Jeer for pet abandonment:
“I’ve recently learned about some pet owners who recklessly abandoned their pets in the homes they abandoned during the recent flooding, and I need to just tell them, very publicly, shame on you. If the situation is not safe for you and your children to remain there, then it is obviously not safe for a domestic pet.
“You take on a large amount of responsibility when you decide to become what many like to call a pet parent. You accept that for the duration of that living creature’s life, you are responsible for them 100 percent.
“That includes, but is not limited to, saving them from impending doom in a natural disaster. Shame, shame, shame.”
Good service ‘is what they do’
Ray Day of Kokomo sends this Cheer for Indy Tire:
“I want to send this Cheer to a business here in Kokomo on the bypass. It is to Indy Tire.
“We had a flat on the daughter’s car. It was pouring down raining, and since I haven’t gotten my strength back, I could not change it. I called Indy Tire, which I have used before and explained to them my situation.
“Even though it was raining hard, they sent out one of their service men and he fixed it without any complaints that it was raining. That made my day, Debbie could use her car, and I could continue with whatever chores I had to do without interruption.
“It is people like those at Indy Tire who make your day. I will use them again, and I know that it will be good service because that is what they do.”