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Orchids and Onions: Sunday, December 30, 2018

December 31, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Onions is there a city code on vehicles parking in yards, or no enforcement? Drive our streets, see 10 well-kept homes and two with five cars, three boats, motor home and travel trailer. Distracts from our city and homes.

Orchids to Jo and her husband for being such great role models to their grandkids and helping a single mom with donating a great bed and mattress and lots of clothes and toys for a 6-year old. Blessings are all around if you pray for them.

Onions to the two elderly food service workers at the club who seem to think playing games with one very special person is fun. I cannot wait till I am off on a Saturday to be there when you once again play your game. I will be taking names and contacting the main office; shame on you two.

Orchids to Dr. Lankinow and the nurses in the second floor for the wonderful care I received after having back surgery Dr. Lankinow was a miracle worker with my back. I totally appreciate everyone. George M. Room 216

Onions to the state and city for not requiring drivers over 60, to have warning placards on back of their cars and trucks. Signage would tell us to be wary when passing or driving beside these people. Requiring such would cut down considerably on sideswiping and rear-end type accidents.

Orchids to Just Garage Doors, you came right away, when I called, plus you fixed my problem in two minutes. Thank you so much, Merry Christmas, Shirley, Pony Lane.

Onions to constant barking dogs at all hours of the day and onions to Animal Control. Call to make a complaint and they park three houses away for only a few minutes. This has been going on for years with the same neighbor.

Submit entries of 40 words or less in person or e-mail to planner@havasunews.com.

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