The Valdosta Daily Times
I would like to submit a rave for Dr. Ron Reagin and his office staff. Everyone always greets me by name, the service is prompt, and everyone is very kind there. Great work!
Thank you, thank you, thank you to the considerate and kind Lowndes County Sheriff’s deputy who paid to put $10 of gas in my car when I did not have my wallet at the gas station this afternoon. I am so thankful and will pass on the kindness!
Way to go, Open Bible Warriors! You defeated a great ball club, the Appling Eagle team, 4-1.
Tuesday night the Valdosta Police department responded to our office for a possible break-in in progress. I just want to praise the officers who responded. They arrived quickly and did a fantastic, professional job of checking to make sure everything was secure.
Attending the Spring into Art reception was a delightful way to spend an evening. The event was well organized, everyone was congenial, the food was delicious and the artwork was outstanding. My sincere gratitude goes out to everyone who had a role in bringing the show and reception so beautifully.
Thanks to the lady that turned in my father's diploma to Echols County Library.
A big thank you to Frock Star Vintage in the Old Southern building on Ashley Street for helping me find a costume for my child who was in a play. It’s a great shop and I would like to thank him for his help.
Rave to Advanced Disposal from a satisfied customer in Stone Creek. Every Monday, whatever I have placed by the curb has been picked up by the time I return home from work.
I want to give a huge rave to Valdosta Lowndes Parks and Recreation. My child has been playing sports there for about five years and this past year it seems that the program has improved and we are enjoying it more than ever. Thank you!
Many thanks to the honest person who turned in my wallet at Winn Dixie at Five Points. I was frantic when I realized I lost it but when I went back my wallet was turned in with all of the contents. Thank you for turning it in.
Raves to Colyer’s Jewelry on Ashley for helping a stranger in town get his glasses fixed. These are good, honest people.