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Column: Hearts and more hearts




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Hearts

We would like to send out a heart-felt thank-you to all of the businesses that were so generous with their donations during our Resident Appreciation Week at Greenwood Village South. With your contributions we were able to have a successful and enjoyable week with all of the lovely residents that we are fortunate to work with on a daily basis. Thank you to the following: White Castle, Denny’s, Steak ’n Shake, Arby’s and Burger King.

Drivers at Your Service,

Debbie Hart and Ethel Wilder

Greenwood Village South

We would like to send out a heart-felt thank-you to all of the businesses that were so generous with their donations, during our Resident Appreciation week at Greenwood Village South. With your contributions we were able to have a successful and enjoyable week with all of the lovely residents that we are fortunate to work with on a daily basis. Thank you to the following: Milto Cleaners, Logan’s Steakhouse, Mrs. Curl Ice Cream and Captain D’s.

Drivers at Your Service,

Debbie Hart and Ethel Wilder

Greenwood Village South

Bushels of hearts to Center Grove High School foreign exchange students and their Spanish teacher for their Day of Caring help. They trimmed shrubs, pulled weeds and did anything we asked them to do. What a great example of helping those of us who cannot do some tasks around the house. Thanks to teacher Brandi Vozos and her students from Germany, Belgium, Spain and Slovakia.

Bernice Grabenhofer and Dale and Marge Harris

Greenwood

Thank you to the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the Greenwood Post, who hosted a 9-11/Patriots Day Luncheon for the Greenwood City Employees. The food was terrific and hospitality appreciated. Thank you for giving back to our city servants and reminding us we are appreciated.

Mark W. Myers

Greenwood

A big heart and thank-you to David and Sara Haymaker Lee; Tad and Jean Hettich Heminger; Joyce Davis Morris; Sandy Riser McGill; Kathy Lybrook Durkott; Jack Anderson; Mike Parkhurst;and David Thompson — from the class of 1962 for making our 50th (Franklin High School) class reunion a success (Sept. 1).

Mary Graham Hughes

Greenwood

Humble hearts to all who helped make our 2012 Salute to the Troops a huge success. To our host and our sponsors, Terry Sherard and Otte Golf, Don Davis, Bob and Etta Glidden, Rick Stephens, Bill Lantrip, National Bank of Indianapolis, D&S Investments, Blast Masters and American Water Co. — thank you for your generous support. A special thank-you to the Clark-Pleasant Middle School National Junior Honor Society members and their families for working this event. Your desire to give back to those serving in our military is truly inspiring. On behalf of all of our heroes, thank you.

Maribeth Alspach

Proctor Park Committee

New Whiteland

Thank you to our auction item donors and our patrons who bid on them at our Salute to the Troops event. Thanks to the Whiteland Veterans of Foreign Wars for providing the pulled pork and McAlister’s Deli for donating the tea. Undying gratitude to Rose and Frank Vaughn, Lloyd and Sharon Proctor, Mark and Jill Trina, Sue Galloway and Scott Alspach for your commitment to the Proctor Memorial Park project over the past few years. May this beloved park be a constant reminder of the selfless sacrifice made by the men and women who serve and protect our communities and our country.

Maribeth Alspach

Proctor Park Committee

New Whiteland

I want to send my thanks to the staff or Todd-Aikins Rehab and Care Center. All the staff gave me excellent care. They were all just great.

Frank D. Dennis

Franklin

I would like to express my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses in the Progressive Care Unit at Johnson Memorial Hospital. They were all wonderful and gave me excellent care.

Frank D. Dennis

Franklin

A huge heart to Franklin Community High School, with special thanks to the Mr. Scott Martin, Kelly Johnson, Doug Corliss and the office and custodial staff. Also Jill Overton and her food service staff for lunch. A special heart to the Heritage Singers choir group and their new director Mr. Michael Hummel. They wowed the audience with their four songs. A heart of thanks to Kroger, Mainstreet Market and McDonald’s at I-65 and State Road 44 for contributions of morning snacks for those attending. They were all tremendous help in making Sept. 18 very successful.

Ray Jones,

Johnson County Retired Teachers Association president

and Indiana Retired Teachers Aassociation officers

The Johnson County Retired Teachers Association and the Indiana Retired Teachers Association hosted a leadership workshop at (Franklin Community High School). There were 80 retired teachers from 18 central Indiana counties in attendance. Those attending had very high praise for the the high school facilities and the personnel involved. Thank you one and all.

Ray Jones,

Johnson County Retired Teachers Association president

and Indiana Retired Teachers Association officers

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