Thanks & Spanks

This weeks Thanks & Spanks of Castlegar include West Kootenay Roller Derby

Thanks to all the volunteers who helped West Kootenay Roller Derby put on their sold out bout Saturday night. Derby love from the skaters.

Spanks to the person who hit my dog on Columbia Ave, Saturday March 29, 2014 and just drove away without trying to at least own up to it

But a huge thanks to the couple that did stop and move her… if you thought we were mad we were not… Just in shock and upset. We are grateful for you doing that and would like to Thank you from bottom of our hearts! RIP Bella!

Thanks to ALL volunteers in all organizations including Guiding, Scouting, Food Banks, MS Society, and Cancer society. The world would not as fun and encouraging without you.

Spanks to people who litter when there is a garbage can 3 feet away!

Thanks to the kind elderly gentleman for holding a door open for me, Chivalry lives.

Thanks to Kath & Roger for all your help & work on removing those dangerous posts in my yard.

 

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