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‘‘Oakwood Cemetery has its ‘Memory Tree’ up and ready for ornaments to be hung. This year might be the time to honor your loved ones by hanging one to remember them through the holidays. Merry Christmas and God Bless from the Oakwood Cemetery Board.”

‘‘Some people need to be reminded that arguments are never settled over Facebook. The amount of biased political coverage and misinformation is mind-boggling. It was so much nicer when we didn’t know how our relatives and friends felt on things.”

‘‘I love all of the Christmas lights that we are starting to see in Fenton.”

‘‘We should thank the Holly postal workers who deliver to Rose Township, not criticize them. Since August, they have driven extra miles and change routes due to road closures, yet they always delivered my mail, even if it was 7 p.m. Saturday. They deserve our appreciation and some time off.”

‘‘Do the people who leave those piercing LED blue outside lights on all night ever think they are shining in your neighbors’ bedroom windows? The light is very annoying and bright. You have a fenced yard. Maybe you could get a motion sensor.”

‘‘Congratulations Emily Gilbert of Lake Fenton (Kearsley Lake Fenton swim and dive) on setting two new KLF varsity records on Thursday, Oct. 22. — From Holly swim and dive”

‘‘Since it’s election time, who is responsible for the useless bike path down the middle of N. Saginaw? They get a no vote from me.”

‘‘Thank you Times for all the information you provided on the local races.”

‘‘Thank you Lake Fenton teachers, staff, and administration. Shout out to Julie. You are all doing a great job and your hard work is greatly appreciated. Go Blue Devils!”

‘‘So nice to see the TLC volunteers sharing their blessings with the care centers. Much appreciated I am sure.”

‘‘David Lossing, thank you so much for your continued dedication and care for the Shiawassee River, helping to improve it for all of the community.”

‘‘Don’t you just love these beautiful fall days here in Michigan?” 

My family and I moved to Fenton two years ago because of the great community and downtown area. Thank you for the blocked off streets on Thursday and Friday nights. We’ve been down there every week, and the kids have loved spending the extra time with their friends.

‘‘I’m so happy it’s orchard season. Apples, cider and doughnuts are all I need to eat this fall, and I can’t wait to get lost in a corn maze.”

‘‘There is one constant in this changing world — the Lions always find a way to break our hearts.”

‘‘To the kind person who leaves the ‘Solo Cup’ notes on Sorenson Park’s fence. You are appreciated by me. Namaste.”

‘‘Some of this anger in this paper is unbelievable. Respect and value differences. Whether Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, accept the outcome of elections and those who are elected. Let freedom ring.”

‘‘I’ve been loving this nice weather. It makes going to our beautiful county parks that much better. Shout out to all the park workers in the county.”

‘‘It is discouraging and frightening to read so many conspiracy theorists promoting fear and misinformation in the Hot lines.”

‘‘Thank you, Bonnie Mathis, for your dedication to Fenton Township and dedication to Lake Fenton. I have lived on the lake for over 66 years. Some people just live on the lake and some are true lake people. Bonnie is one of those. Thanks, Bonnie, for all you have done for us lake people, and…

‘‘Nearly 73,000 people in Michigan have recovered from COVID-19. They are urged to donate convalescent plasma, which was just approved by the FDA, to help other people who have been infected by the China virus.”

‘‘Is anybody out there as tired as I am of all the political ‘stuff’ out there all ready?”

‘Whoever owns the service drive between Silver Lake Road and Home Depot needs to address the potholes along there, especially between Fairfield Inn and Financial Plus. Someone not familiar with the drive could potentially get a blow out if they go fast enough.”

‘‘To the person or persons who left a note with a flower in our mail box on Lake Valley Drive. Thank you very much. It was a kind gesture and made our day.”

‘‘Don’t you just love these beautiful fall days here in Michigan?” 

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My family and I moved to Fenton two years ago because of the great community and downtown area. Thank you for the blocked off streets on Thursday and Friday nights. We’ve been down there every week, and the kids have loved spending the extra time with their friends.

‘‘I’m so happy it’s orchard season. Apples, cider and doughnuts are all I need to eat this fall, and I can’t wait to get lost in a corn maze.”

‘‘There is one constant in this changing world — the Lions always find a way to break our hearts.”

‘‘To the kind person who leaves the ‘Solo Cup’ notes on Sorenson Park’s fence. You are appreciated by me. Namaste.”

‘‘Some of this anger in this paper is unbelievable. Respect and value differences. Whether Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, accept the outcome of elections and those who are elected. Let freedom ring.”

‘‘I’ve been loving this nice weather. It makes going to our beautiful county parks that much better. Shout out to all the park workers in the county.”

‘‘It is discouraging and frightening to read so many conspiracy theorists promoting fear and misinformation in the Hot lines.”

‘‘Thank you, Bonnie Mathis, for your dedication to Fenton Township and dedication to Lake Fenton. I have lived on the lake for over 66 years. Some people just live on the lake and some are true lake people. Bonnie is one of those. Thanks, Bonnie, for all you have done for us lake people, and…

‘‘Nearly 73,000 people in Michigan have recovered from COVID-19. They are urged to donate convalescent plasma, which was just approved by the FDA, to help other people who have been infected by the China virus.”

‘‘Is anybody out there as tired as I am of all the political ‘stuff’ out there all ready?”

‘Whoever owns the service drive between Silver Lake Road and Home Depot needs to address the potholes along there, especially between Fairfield Inn and Financial Plus. Someone not familiar with the drive could potentially get a blow out if they go fast enough.”

‘‘To the person or persons who left a note with a flower in our mail box on Lake Valley Drive. Thank you very much. It was a kind gesture and made our day.”

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‘‘Looking for a place to donate returnable pop cans (have immune issue and can’t go in store). Church previously mentioned is not taking them. Thank you.”

‘‘Retail businesses take note. We are looking at labels and will not buy anything that says ‘made in China.’ Our group of friends are even willing to pay more just to have our products made in the USA.”

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A young girl and her mom stopped me as I exited Fenton Walmart on Monday and gave me a bouquet of daisies. I was so touched by this act of kindness; it made my day.

‘‘As a Christian, I’m nice to non-believers. If I act rudely, ‘in the name of God,’ they won’t want to go to God.”

‘‘I would like to thank our paper delivery person for being very observant, noticing the bird nest in our TCT box and kind enough to place the paper on top of the box. Nice to see someone so aware.”

‘‘Back to basics. Back to gardening, growing our own food, having dinner with family every day, back to movies and TV at home, back to walking and playing with our pets, back to talking with our neighbors and playing yard games, back to listening to nature. Thank you COVID-19 for the awakening.”

‘‘I’m in my 70s. For the first time in my life, I’m afraid to publicly state my opinion out of fear of physical reprisal to me and/or my property, from anyone who disagrees with me including friends, acquaintances or strangers. Wake up people, this insanity must stop.”

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Sharon, great pet safety awareness article regarding hot asphalt, left in parked cars, etc.

‘‘I’m a teacher and I cannot wait to see my students. It will be stressful at first but we can do this. Our children need this.”

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‘‘To the Hot-liner who doesn’t want to go to the farmers market because dogs are banned. Do you not realize that many people are allergic to cats and dogs? And many find it just plain intrusive. I’m sorry but you don’t need to take your fur babies everywhere.”