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    Dear Editor,

    The value of our volunteer fire departments was confirmed on Wednesday evening, July 18.
    The response time was phenomenal - estimated at 15 minutes. And, once the “volunteers” arrived, they began work in a highly-professional manner.
    The location of the fire was immediately determined and an action plan was implemented without delay. The “volunteers” worked as a team and stayed until the situation was under control.

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    Dear Editor,

    In recognition of the BB&T Lighthouse Project, The Caring Place staff and residents would like to acknowledge the people involved for their tireless work, giving our domestic shelter a facelift with new blinds, storm doors, patio furniture, curtains and bedding. The dedication of those involved to helping others is admirable.  

    Delena Trent, Executive Director
    The Caring Place

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    Dear Editor,

    I’m writing in response to the article in the Sun May 30 publication concerning the collection of fire and rescue dues. 

    I commend and support our fine fire and rescue team, however, I’m opposed to our fees being raised from $25 to $45. 

    In these struggling economic times, when it’s so hard to keep gas in our vehicles, heat and cool our homes and put food on our tables, a $20 increase is going to be hard for some. 

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    Dear Editor,

    I would like to comment on David Whitlock’s article, “With diploma in hand....”(5/30/12, A4), in which he gives his son some advice upon graduation from college.  I thought the advice contained in this letter was very good.  However, I would like to add a couple of my own thoughts:

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    Dear Editor,

     

    Cute as a Button Daycare in Springfield has been awarded a grant from the Commonwealth of Kentucky Division of Waste Management. 

    The grant Cute as a Button Daycare received is for tire crumb rubber mulch. This grant provides financial assistance to projects that develop crumb rubber or mulch beneficial end-use markets for waste tires generated in Kentucky. 

    This will make the playground a much more sanitary and safer area for our children to play each day. 

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    Dear Editor,

    According to the most recent Centers for Disease Control report it is estimated that 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  
    Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life, and impacts an individual’s ability to communicate and interact with others.  

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    Dear Editor,
    I am a long time volunteer for the Central Kentucky Community Theatre. After attending this weekend’s performance of “Man of La Mancha” I can honestly say in my years of attending plays here that this is the best performance to date. I have seen this musical on Broadway and I enjoyed this production better than the one in New York.
    From the lighting, the costumes, and especially the actors this is the Fatizzi’s best production that I have witnessed. The sound system and the voices are a special treat.