By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on November 23, 2017.
With the newly renovated coffee shop on Trans-Canada Way. It’s amazing!
Random act of kindness? Sounds more like people feeling guilty so they think doing something nice for others one day will redeem them. One should be nice and respectful always but that’s not the case here in Medicine Hat.
With Gillian Slade’s story about Rev. Hollingworth. We should start a Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Club.
People fly past you like you’re standing still if you go the speed limit anywhere from playgrounds to highways. Time to double or triple speeding fines.
At the man who chose to smoke the biggest cigar at the Remembrance Day ceremonies in the park, with no consideration for the children, or anyone else in his vicinity.
The Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph started early. It was to start at 11 a.m. They had marched in, sang the national anthem and then announced they were early and would be waiting. Then there was a 10-15-minute pause. Then rather than start from the beginning when all people had arrived, they started from where they left off.
A shoutout to the local Rotary Club for their random act of kindness last week. My husband was the recipient of a RAK while shopping at the Co-op. He was totally surprised and inspired to pay it forward. Thanks to the Rotary Club for putting a smile on his face and thanks for all you do for the community.
That the South Boundary Road has finally received some repairs. However the ditches are so steep, and the power lines are so close to the road that if anyone hits the ditch they are sure to roll and likely crash into a power pole.
When I make a doctor’s appointment, and I see a nurse. If I want to see or hear a nurse I can dial 811
Friends of Medicare wants a national drug plan. Will politicians and bureaucrats run it like our health-care system of shortages, waiting lists, declining health outcomes and one of the costliest in the western world?
At Dr. Bharwani’s recent column about Rett Syndrome. As a parent of a daughter with RS, I’m thrilled to see some more awareness in the local paper.
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