MAY 29 THUMBS UP, THUMBS DOWN: Thumbs up to family that donated books to CBAL’s program

A family donated two boxes of books to the community literacy Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy family programs.

This week's edition of Thumbs Up

This week's edition of Thumbs Up

Thumbs Up: To Monique and her family for donating two boxes of beautiful books to community literacy CBAL family programs.

Thumbs Down: To those young and older people that walk on the wrong side of the road. This is a huge concern (you should always walk facing traffic) to protect yourself and the drivers.

Thumbs Up: For the Drinking Water Week open house at Well No. 3. Attending staff were courteous and well-informed and one is assured that our water supply and management of it is in good hands.

Thumbs Down: To the ones who spray within 50 feet of those trying to grow organic, healthy gardens and crops.

Thumbs Up: To those who respect their neighbours that are spray free.

Thumbs Down: That on the long weekend people were speeding, passing on double lanes, and tail-gating, and big double length trucks passing on solid lines.

Thumbs Up: To Kettle River Vintners. Finally a wine maker in Grand Forks. Thank you Grant.

Thumbs Down: To people that complain about mundane and trivial things.

Thumbs Up: To the fellow that found my camera at Extra Foods. Instead of keeping it, he turned it in to the store. My pictures are so very precious to me.

Thumbs Up: To organizers of the school district track meet at Perley Elementary School.

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