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WHAT A GREAT residents’ appreciation event at Shiawassee Shores last week. The park went above and beyond with amazing entertainment, food, raffles, prizes and gaming fun. Many thanks to the staff. A good time was had by all. It’s a great place to live.

NOT SURPRISED TO see the Ripley Road improvement plan was rejected. Does someone live on Ripley that does not want that road improved? It should have been paved years ago. What happened with the lawsuit filed by the person who was injured on Ripley due to the poor road conditions?

TO ALL NURSES, my salute of appreciation goes out to you, Thanks for your dedication and hard work in helping and saving lives throughout the pandemic, Baby, you’re da greatest.

WHY ISN'T FENTON Township enforcing its tall grass and weeds ordinance? We have weeds on our street that are over 3 feet. The ordinance officer routinely drives by and looks at the weeds but does nothing to correct the situation. Why are we paying an ordinance officer to do nothing?

I WAS HAPPY to see the announcement about the all-women’s golf outing. I’ve always wanted to try golfing, but haven’t really had the opportunity to. I talked to Michele at Tri-County Times and she assured me first-time golfers were welcome, so my friends and I entered a team. Looking forward…

THANKS TO THE following Fenton Twp trustees — Vince Lorraine, John Tucker, Christine Reid, Robert Kesler for voting yes to the ‘Resolution of Necessity’ for the Phase 2 LAFF/State Bank Pathway. Let’s keep the momentum going and get this phase fully funded and easements secured so we can star…

THANK YOU TRI-COUNTY Times for your section on our local first responders last weekend. These are the toughest jobs with typically low pay and we owe all of them our support and respect. This area is very fortunate.

A FEW YEARS ago, my Hot line read, ‘Thank you to my boyfriend for support during nursing school.’ Today, I write, ‘Thank you to my husband for all the support and taking wonderful care of our son over the last two years while we survived Nurse Practitioner school.’ XOXO

THE STONE FAMILY, Sharon and Jeff, have created a beautiful legacy and tribute to their son Brad through awarding more than $263,800 in scholarships to local high school graduates. We wish you success with the 22nd annual Brad Stone Summer Classic at Fenton Farms Golf Club on June 18.

THANK YOU TO all of the local businesses and individuals that helped to support the Fenton Class of 2022 Project Graduation. We appreciate all of your contributions. We are so thankful for our community.

THERE IS NO better time than now to be kind to anyone you meet. You have no idea what is going on in their life, which might be terrible. A simple smile, a friendly nod, letting them ahead of you at the checkout, could totally change their day for the better.

I LOVE TO laugh. Does anyone know of any really great comedy shows that are local? My mother and I used to like to go around and find different comedy acts. That was many moons ago. I would love to take my daughter now.

I STOPPED BY the veteran’s office in Holly and they have a basket filled with little toy army men like we played with as kids. They have a sign that says take a soldier and say a prayer. What a great idea. It made my day.

A FEW YEARS ago, my Hot line read, ‘Thank you to my boyfriend for support during nursing school.’ Today, I write, ‘Thank you to my husband for all the support and taking wonderful care of our son over the last two years while we survived Nurse Practitioner school.’ XOXO

THE STONE FAMILY, Sharon and Jeff, have created a beautiful legacy and tribute to their son Brad through awarding more than $263,800 in scholarships to local high school graduates. We wish you success with the 22nd annual Brad Stone Summer Classic at Fenton Farms Golf Club on June 18.

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THANK YOU TO all of the local businesses and individuals that helped to support the Fenton Class of 2022 Project Graduation. We appreciate all of your contributions. We are so thankful for our community.

THERE IS NO better time than now to be kind to anyone you meet. You have no idea what is going on in their life, which might be terrible. A simple smile, a friendly nod, letting them ahead of you at the checkout, could totally change their day for the better.

I LOVE TO laugh. Does anyone know of any really great comedy shows that are local? My mother and I used to like to go around and find different comedy acts. That was many moons ago. I would love to take my daughter now.

I STOPPED BY the veteran’s office in Holly and they have a basket filled with little toy army men like we played with as kids. They have a sign that says take a soldier and say a prayer. What a great idea. It made my day.

A SWIMMING POOL for seniors in Linden is a great idea. We do have the best senior center in the area and with more and more senior housing coming, I’m sure with some legwork you could raise funds to build one on one of those properties.

IN RESPONSE TO Street Talk regarding ‘Who was your favorite teacher and why?’ I, as a former Linden alumni circa ‘06, have to applaud Mrs. Julie Totske and Mrs. Molly Plunkett. Those two women were the absolute best, most supportive and helpful to all kids regardless of learning comprehension.

I’VE BEEN READING a lot of Hot lines about getting someone else to pick up the trash. If everyone complaining would start picking it up, the problem would be solved.”

THE NICEST MOST helpful people are those who make the least money — drive thru and fast-food workers, waiters and waitresses, stockers and clerks in the big box stores and supermarkets. We should thank these people for being so nice and give them a little better tip once in a while.