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Readers Say Thanks

The First Friday in May has come and gone, and what an evening it was. Main Street was full of happy kids and proud parents. The art at the Gordon-Cooper Library and the CCAH gallery is amazing, and the demonstrations and performances on the street were delightful and educational. Events like this incredible art/learning expo are the result of many people and groups working together and, on behalf of the board of CCAH, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks. First and foremost, thank you to the great students and dedicated teachers of the Carbondale schools. You are all great. A big thank-you to our Public Works Department, Carbondale Police Department, Peppino’s and the Red Rock Diner. And another thank-you to all of the wonderful volunteers who helped hang the art, serve root beer floats, set up the displays and clean up. All of us working together kind of typifies our community and makes Carbondale such a great place to be.

Ro Mead, director

Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities

The family of John Pilati would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their kindness after our loss.

We would like to thank everyone for the calls, cards, visits, food and flowers. Also, we would like to thank everyone who took the time to attend them memorial service.

We are truly blessed to have so many wonderful friends and a wonderful extended family.

Rose Pilati; Sharon and Butch Blanco;

Gabe, Wendy, Amanda,

Melinda and Melanie Chenoweth

I would like to send a big thank-you to Niemann’s Gardens for the donation of a wonderful crabapple tree. The town of New Castle and the fourth-grade class at Kathryn Senor Elementary celebrated Arbor day on May 1 by planting this wonderful tree. It is refreshing to know that small businesses are still willing to contribute to the community even in these ruff economic times. Please remember this business the next time you find yourself in need of gardening supplies.

Kim Rider

New Castle

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