CHEERS to Century Insurance Services and members of Rebekah’s Circle for their generous donation to Peninsula School District students. They provided a combined donation of 10 backpacks filled with school necessities and three boxes filled with supplies.
JEERS. What has happened to good service? We had some trees cut down, and we were left with a mess and destroyed shrubs. A landscaping truck crossed our lawn to deliver to a neighbor and left four gouges across our lawn. We had an area of our road repaired and were left with a row of sticky asphalt drips. We paid well for all three services.
CHEERS to my son’s bus driver, Mrs. Morris Kay, who went out her way to call me at home to tell me she found my son’s wallet on the bus. Apparently it slipped out of his shorts. She stayed after her shift to meet me at Artondale to give me his wallet.
JEERS to the drivers who take the Purdy/SR 302 exit as it were two lanes instead of one overflow lane, as it is intended. You have to merge into one lane soon, so why don’t you wait like the rest of us?
CHEERS to the garage sale people who take their signs down after their sale. It keeps Gig Harbor the beautiful town that it is.
JEERS to political signs. How many do we need? It’s been going on for months, and we still have until November. The signs distract drivers and make a mess of our beautiful city.
CHEERS to those who moved the rocks away from the end of our road. They deposited themselves there after a very heavy rainfall.
JEERS to those who decided keeping track of loose checkout receipts is a better way to keep track of when an item is due back at the library, rather than stamping a due date on a sticker.To submit a cheer or a jeer, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Jeers directed toward individuals or businesses will not be accepted.