The Valdosta Daily Times
Editor’s Note: In 2013, Wednesdays will be rave-only days. Thank you to our readers for your support.
I found it necessary to go to the ER at Louis Smith Memorial Hospital Friday, March 1st, at 4:30 a.m. I would like to commend Miranda, Denise, Cindy, Charlotte and PA Buck, as well as the xray tech whose name I failed to get for their professional care and concern. They were the greatest. Thank you all.
I would like to commend the Times. I don’t always agree with you but I commend your coverage. Thank you.
To the man busing tables at Smokin' Pig on Thursday night: You were really hustling! We were in the restaurant for a long time waiting for our order, and we couldn't help but notice your hard work. You should be proud.
Thanks to my VDT carrier Sharon Carter for your years of exemplary service. She has been my carrier for many years and I have never had any problems.
Kudos to the Lanier County Board of Education superintendent, Keith Humphrey. You are always on top of things and make sure our schools are run smoothly. I am happy that my children attend these schools and that their safety is your number one concern. Thanks for always being there.
Great big raves to the Temple Israel for their awesome fundraiser. I look forward to the sandwich sale every year, and adding the online option to buy tickets has made it that much more fantastic. I just wish they were for sale everyday. We need a deli!
Thanks to SGMC Heart Center for the care they gave me last week. They are angels in my book. They are a 10, not just a five. My prayers will be with you and all of those you care for. May God be with you.
My husband and I eat out quite often in Valdosta. One of our favorite places to eat is Cheddars because of one of the waiters named Daniel. He is always polite, professional, prompt, and very friendly to talk to. Cheddars is a better place because of him. I hope Cheddars sees that.
A special thank you to the Valdosta Daily Times newspaper carrier who was so faithful in delivering the papers to those addresses on Shiloh Road and the surrounding community. He traveled several extra miles each day for a week due to the flooding on Shiloh Road. You are appreciated!