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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Kokomo, IndianaThanks for supporting after party Kelly Clark chairman of the Eastern senior final fling committee sends this cheer of n behalf of the Eastern High school 2015 senior final fling i would like to thank or. Tracy Caddell and the Eastern Howard school Board for allowing the after graduation party for our seniors. I would also like to thank All the senior parents who so graciously gave of their time to help make this event a Success. I would especially like to thank fling committee Mem Bers Nicole Downing Stacy Evenson and Leigh Swartzendruber for All their hard work in making the fling a Success. Lastly i would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their contributions and assistance for the fling. Your contributions to this event helped to make it a huge Success. American legion Post 317, a byes Dennis Bagley Bills Lawn care Blondie is cookies Brad Howell Ford Darrin & Lisa Catt Century Fields retirement Century Villa health care Ben & Sarah Cernohous Circle pizza Chippendale Golf course Brad & Kerry Clark coca cola bottling co., Community Howard regional health system Cone Palace Cracker barrel Crew car Wash culverts Danes variety Bak Ery John & Tandy Dean Jill Dunn Eastern High school custodians Jon Beardon and Gary Williams Eastern High school office staff or. Ritchie Brad Fugett Sheryl Deaneries Chevrolet Phil & Stacy Evenson first Farmers Bank & Trust Flooks automotive Gibson trucking Gorman & Bunch orthodontics great clips Greentown Lions club Grindstone Charleys Hacienda mexican restaurant half Moon brewery Harold & Sharon Harvey Peter Heck Stacy Hensley Herbst apothecary Kevin & Tracy Herr David & Penny Hinze Greg & Ellen Hoback Heather Holliday Howard county Oral surgeons Hughes carwash Jiffy lube Jeff & Tammy Keith Kellys ice Cream Randy Kennedy David & Meridith Kerner Kim Harden Cut Kurt Kingseed dds Laura Lanning Lereve Lori Haalck Elaine Maddox Malibu tanning master creations Mca listers Millicent Mccreary Trish Mcdonald Marietta Mcwhorter Meijer me Nardus Pete & Dee Moreno Norris insurance North Central outdoor Power Brian & Christie Nulf Orange Leaf Oreil Lyus Auto parts origami owl Barb Walker oscars pizza Tony & Colleen Palumbo posh Salon Tia Green and Mack Enzie Marner Pam Prifogle Carrie Reed Jason & Susan Roberts Chris & Karen Rocchio Razz is catering Nick Sale Samos club Shawn Rosa photography Vince & Shannon Shrader Dale & Stacy Smith subway Emily Summers the Sunspot natural Market thirty one Amanda Hamilton thirty one Kathy Cranor town of Greentown Tropic pools Delores Vint Kenny & Heidi Vint Clara Walker Wal Mart Rex & Mona White Youngs Culligan Mark & Beth Zirkle. Cheers for Delphi automotive Van Taylor executive director of the Kokomo Rescue mis Sion sends this cheer to the employees of Delphi Friday june 19, was another successful Delphi gives Back Day. Sixty Kokomo Delphi automotive employees volunteered their time to work on several projects for the Kokomo Rescue Mission. Although it was raining their cheerful enthusiasm brightened the Day a variety of tasks were completed at the Kokomo Rescue Mission facilities. A landscaping project included weeding planting mulch ing and spreading pea gravel around the main building. The painting completed in the menus dorm area will show the residents not Only do we take Pride in the Way their area looks but so should they the sorting of the clothes and chopping of the Wood helped prep items to be sold in the care and share store. The sales from our Thrift store help provide about 15 percent of the income needed to sup port the ministry programs of the Kokomo Rescue Mission. The mulch and pea gravel used in the landscaping was generously donated by Kokomo gravel and the hauling was donated by Davidson excavating. Kim staff and guests would like to sincerely thank each person who volunteered their time skills and Energy to beautify prep and repaint. We Are continually thankful for the Opportunity to live and work in a caring Community. We Are thankful for companies and individuals who truly be Lieve in helping and Are genuinely concerned about assist ing those who Are less fortunate. We Are genuinely blessed thank you again for your compassion that moved you to action. Tournament was fun successful Bill Tudor sends this cheer for the Green bean open donors and participants this is a thank you to the following for another successful Green bean open Golf tournament thank you Bob Balsbaugh and the american legion Post 6 Golf course and Alfie Hitchcock and the Golf course staff for the great playing shape of the Golf course. Thank you shop Olive Garden half Moon Texas roadhouse chilis Al Arri Ero Hacienda frittatas Mca listers Cracker barrel culverts Charleys Philly steaks Clifford signs and a special thanks to the Greentown american legion Post 317, sons and auxiliary. Also thanks to the Jackson Street commons and the vet Erans who made it possible for All of us to be Here in a Safe tournament. The tournament was fun and the food thanks to Judy Cunningham and Pam Mckinney was great. Thanks to All again Page designed by Kelly Hawes address items to opinions Kokomo Tribune 300 n. Union st., . Box 9014, Kokomo in 46904 fax 765-854-6733 email letters to the editor opinion a4 Kokomo Tribune saturday july 11, 2015 cheers cheers cheers jeers Send your cheer or jeer to Kokomo Tribune opinion 300 n. Union st., . Box 9014, Kokomo in 46904-9014 fax 456-3815 or email . Cheer from our Community Ray Day local columnist Many to count on Here i tvs time for me to give some Praise to those out there who every time they see me yell out hello Uncle Ray we sure like to read your words each week. Many will say that i must write from experience and come from a solid family made up of mom and dad and All the Brothers and Sis ters i was blessed to have. This past week i was hav ing a rough time with my fridge and my Niece Kelly came Over and got us fixed up by doing some cleanup from water leaks from the appliance. I called for her spouse to come Over since he knew How to fix things like that but he was Busy working and so she came Over to help. She got me fixed up for a couple Days until i could get someone out to repair it. Also she sometimes mows my Lawn if her brother Mike or their Mother Lynn cant do it. My brother rus sell lived two houses from us but he got his Call Home. Today his two kids and his wife Are always there to help this old Man out. Now dont think i never mow my Lawn because i do once in a while if the others were not Able to get it mowed. Brother rut was like that too in that he was Al ways doing things for us without us asking first. He passed away two years ago from cancer and the one thing he always said was to help out those who needed it and that is what his family does for me All the time. In this great City of Kokomo there Are so Many residents who Are Good hearted and always ready to help someone who needs it. If i have plumbing and drains clogged up All i have to do is Call Mike Wyant and he gets to me As soon As possible. He comes from a Large family who have seen the hard times of growing up along with All the Good times. His wife comes from a Large family and she is one great lady too. Wow it is a wonderful thing to have All those people you have known Tell you if you need help just give us a Call. There Are a few old friends still living from the old neighbourhood but not Many. But their kids will let me know that they heard my name spoken in their Home and it is like they have known me for a Long time. As time starts to slip away i think Back to the great times when neighbors were like family in that they always knew where the kids were. Mrs. Day would be Busy Tell ing them stories about her younger Days and she also would play the piano. Dad had lots of Good friends in the neighbourhood too and worked alongside Many of them at the Mill. Now dad was another Story. While i was growing up i thought that he was maybe a Little too strict because he made sure that the chores were done by each of us and we did not Ever talk Back to him. But once i saw the real Man at the Mill when i started working there i saw another person entirely. Here was a Man who smiled laughed and had so Many friends. Life is like that. We can see the other Side of some one else. Ray Uncle Ray Day is a weekly contributor to the Kokomo Tribune. 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