The Valdosta Daily Times
Editor’s Note: In 2013, Wednesdays will be rave-only days. Thank you to our readers for your support.
A huge rave to Academy Sports, VLPRA & Kinderlou Forest for hosting the Kids Golf Clinic. The children had a great time learning from the pros! Thank you!
Congratulations to the Cook High School boys and girls tennis teams for making it to the GHSA Sweet 16. Keep up the good work.
Huge rave to Dr. Lacie Guy and her staff at Valdosta Chiropractic and Rehab! Not only have I received great physical benefits from my visits, but I have also admired how they go above and beyond to treat each and every patient like family. Keep up the great work!
A big rave to Terry, Tony, and Amy at Ace Electric Co. on Perimeter. They went above and beyond to help me Tuesday. Great customer service is hard to come by and kudos for Ace for keeping such great employees.
A huge rave to Vanessa at Mama June's! She is the best!
I want to thank everyone who had a part in our children being able to golf with the pros. My son really enjoyed it. He said it was so much fun and he felt like he was with movie stars. Thank you for something positive and free for our children to participate in.
Thanks to the person who found my purse at the Valdosta Mall and turned it over to their personnel. I did not expect to get it back. There are honest people in Valdosta. Thanks.
Kudos to the Clyattville Crew Young Men's Outreach. While others ridicule the homeless, they took the time to feed the homeless under the James M. Beck Overpass. God will bless you young men.
A big rave to WAFT radio this morning for challenging area businesses to play Christian radio as office music and on their phone systems. We need more Christian-based businesses in our area!
I want to thank Gerlock Dance Studio for putting on a great dance recital. Everything about the performance was exceptional — dancers, costumes, music. Loved the finale. Thanks for an enjoyable evening!
On Saturday, April 27, there was a fire at the Ashley House apartments and the people that live there had to leave the building. The Mission Point Church was kind enough to open their doors to us and they even made breakfast for everyone. Thank them very much.