May 16, 2013
A reader sends a halo to John James and Greenwell Floral for their amazing donation of flowers to Relay For Life Carpinteria Dream Team’s fundraiser.
A reader sends a halo to Aubrey Rasmussen for working 21 days in a row at the Lucky Llama.
A reader sends a halo to the man with the cute little dog who stopped and helped the reader jump her car without being asked. “Your kindness brightened my day.”
A reader sends a halo to Michael Ensign and the fantastic staff of the Holiday Inn Express. “You are all awesome. Thank you for making our prolonged stay fabulous.”
A reader sends a halo to all the volunteers that worked until the wee morning hours to make Carpinteria High School’s After Prom Party a huge success. And a special halo to The Upbeat for rockin’ the house.
A reader sends a halo to Carpinteria-based Business Machines Plus for 20 years of great service.
A reader sends a halo to Island Brewing Company for hosting Relay For Life Carpinteria Dream Team’s Mother’s Day Mania Fundraiser. “You guys are the best.”
A reader sends a halo to local realtor John Villar for helping my out-of-state friend find a home during a weekend of touring properties.
A reader sends a halo to Carpinteria Morning Rotary Club for its generous support and donation to help fund Carpinteria Boys & Girls Club programming.
A reader sends a halo to the mermaids who placed the bus bench with the siren on it next to the Carpinteria Community Pool. “Great location!”
A reader sends a halo to the nice gentleman who let the reader’s 6-year-old son take his turn at the barbershop so he wouldn’t have to wait so long to get his hair cut. “That was very kind of you. Thank you.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the City of Carpinteria. “I picked up tourist friends at a public parking lot. The city should clean and water it—the area is deplorable.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the reader who sent himself or herself a pitchfork by sending one to anyone who has ever sent a pitchfork. “Why can’t we just love ourselves?”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the bird that lives in the tree at the Carpinteria Valley Water District and proceeds to sing its mating call from sundown to sunup. “It is either blind or thinks it’s an owl. I’ve lost sleep three weeks in a row and cannot be the only one!”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the new property manager who undermined her best friend to take her job and for displacing a family and commenting that, “it’s not personal.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to club volleyball parents who do not pay their balances.