Rants & Raves



Christmas Day comments from our readers:


I WOULD LIKE TO thank the gentleman who brought me and my wife a beautiful live Christmas tree to Redd Drive. We could not afford one this year. I pray God will bless you as we celebrate Jesus’ birthday. My faith in fellow man has been restored.


RAVES TO MISS EVA GENE HARRIS, of Harlem, Ga., one of the most kind, caring people you would ever want to meet. She always looks out for senior citizens. God bless her and her family.


SINCEREST THANKS to the fine couple dining at a local Chinese buffet. After you left the manager told me you had paid for my lunch. This older lady in the purple pullover thanks you very much. Next time it’s my turn!


I WOULD LIKE to thank the person who found my driver’s license and turned it over to the sheriff’s office. May God bless you and Merry Christmas.


HUGE RAVE TO Mike at the Richmond County tag office. You get it done, brother. Let’s rave everybody down there for the great work you do. You are professionals and it’s OK to need to go there. Thanks.


RAVE TO THE young lady who purchased my groceries for me at the North Augusta Bi-Lo. This is a perfect example of what this season of peace and goodwill toward men is all about. I would like to wish that young lady and her family a very Merry Christmas and a safe and healthy New Year.


A HUGE RAVE to the employees at Washington Road, Evans and Furys Ferry Publix for the wonderful Christmas party they hosted for the special-needs students at A. Brian Merry Elementary.

Your generosity and gift giving is very much appreciated by all of us. Merry Christmas!


A RAVE TO National Hills Elementary PTA volunteers and their fearless leader, Alexis Moss. My wife and I attended the school’s Christmas concert to enjoy our grandson and his school mates. The PTA volunteers worked constantly to make the night a success.


RAVE FOR Dr. David and the staff at Augusta Oncology. They have been beyond wonderful in helping me battle my cancer.


MERRY CHRISTMAS and Happy New Year to everyone reading this. To those of a different faith, Happy Holidays and Season’s Greetings, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Kwanzaa. That should about cover it all.



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