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Letters

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    Goliath can be laid lowin 3rd District race Goliath was a giant with heavy armor. David was young with five stones.
  • Letters
    Goliath can be laid lowin 3rd District raceGoliath was a giant with heavy armor. David was young with five stones. Most believed Goliath would win the fight, but David did.
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    I was amused at the letter from Jackie Dowd and Claire Fiddian-Green (Oct. 6). They claim that not only did they meet the reversions requirement but exceeded it.
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Cheers & jeers

CHEERS to our neighbor John Shannon, who not only cleared our driveway but also other neighbors’ drives, paths to mailboxes, curbside parking areas and trash bin areas all season long. He is the ultimate friend and neighbor.

DAVE and KARIN HESS Fort Wayne

CHEERS to my neighbor Mark Simmons, who faithfully kept my driveway and our mailboxes clear of snow through all the storms; to my paper and mail delivery people who did not miss a delivery (amazing!); and to all throughout the city who helped their senior neighbors feel safe. Truly, there are a lot of thoughtful caring folks in Fort Wayne.

SUSAN SWARDENSKI Fort Wayne

CHEERS to my neighbor, Tom Sternal and his lovely daughter, Sheryl, who have not only removed snow several times this long winter, but who also place my morning newspaper by the door all year long. There are few gifts as precious as great neighbors.

HELEN L. MERZ Fort Wayne

CHEERS to all those who supported Kingston Residence’s sixth annual Taste of Waynedale March 18 at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church. Whether you were one of the 25 restaurants serving samples, a business that provided a silent auction item or in-kind service, or one of the more than 600 people who enjoyed the evening, thank you! Because of the tremendous support of the community, $10,500 will be split between Community Harvest Food Bank and trails projects for Waynedale.

CAMILLE GARRISON Marketing director Kingston Residence Fort Wayne

JEERS to whoever stole our statue of Saint Francis from a flower bed in the front yard after it had been there almost 26 years. It carried a lot of sentimental value. It was a brown stone statue, stood about 30 to 32 inches tall, in the center of a round stone platform. We would appreciate if whoever may have quietly taken it would return it in the same fashion. No questions will be asked, no further ado, but I am sure your conscience will be more at peace.

A.P. McARDLE Fort Wayne

JEERS to the businesses that did not clear the snow in their areas this winter. I will give homeowners the benefit of the doubt, supposing that as a result of illness, age, etc., they were not able to clear their walks. However, management companies that run shopping centers such as Southgate Plaza, for instance, that didn’t hire anyone to plow the surrounding walks on Calhoun Street, Petit Avenue and Anthony Boulevard baffle me. Students and shoppers alike can be seen walking in that area daily. They should not be forced to do so in the street. Do we really need the City Council to mandate this common decency?

MARIANNE DEITCHE Fort Wayne

CHEERS to the Grand Wayne Center for the recent contribution of fresh fruits and vegetables to the St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen. Our clients truly enjoyed this generous donation.

DIANE DAY St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen Director

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