Easter comments from readers:
RAVES TO MRS. Fabby. She told me to call her fabulous, and that’s what she is, and Mrs. Debroah of the Journey Church. They are so wonderful to us at the Harlem Senior Center. They came and showed us the movie Heaven. Many of us don’t have transportation and don’t go out at night. May God bless them and the Journey Church.
I WOULD LIKE TO thank Little Caesars for providing meals for nearly 300 people. What a wonderful example of love. May you be blessed.
RAVES TO THE NICE young man who found my wallet at Zaxby’s on Wheeler Road. He used my debit card to locate me – he took card and wallet to the credit union and turned it in with everything intact. This man has renewed my faith in the fact that there are still honest people in this world. Again thanks!!!
A BIG RAVE FOR MY Augusta Chronicle newspaper carrier in Belvedere. This 80-year-old senior appreciates having his paper put on the stoop each morning. Thank you so much for your consideration.
RAVE TO THE OFFICER who realized how dangerous poorly installed LED and halogen lights can be. I was unaware of the problem of adjusting the direction of these lights properly before reading the article, but have worried when driving at night since they became popular. This is especially hard for those who are beginning to have trouble with cataracts. Please heed the warning to be sure your lights are doing what they are supposed to.
THANK YOU FOR PUTTING the Mini Page back in your paper. I am 50 years old and I read the Mini page in The Washington Post when I was a child. The article on the Vietnam War was the easiest explanation of the war I have ever seen. Thanks a lot for educating this old person.
A RAVE FOR THE organizations and sponsors who offer events downtown. An even bigger rave for the many people who participate and patronize making downtown fun and vibrant.
RAVE FOR OBAMACARE! 16.4 million adults have gained health insurance since the Affordable Care Act became law five years ago, a reduction in the number of uninsured the Department of Health and Human Services called “historic.”
I AM A MILITARY veteran. I use the VA Hospital. I went to the VA/ER. I was sick. They found out (what) was wrong with me and gave me some meds. Over all I was treated real good there.