Thank you, J & H Auto, for helping us out
I just wanted to write a letter commending a local auto repair shop. Our 18-year-old son recently had a car accident. He was convinced there was some sort of brake malfunction; my wife and I thought distraction was a more likely explanation. In order to convince him of his responsibility for this accident, my wife decided to try to get someone to go to the yard where the car had been towed and check out the brakes. I wished her luck.
She called the place where we take our cars for maintenance and asked the owner if he would do this for her. To my surprise, he sent somebody out that day — at no charge to us — and we were able to tell our son his brakes were fine and that in the future he needs to pay closer attention when driving. We would like to say thank you and give recognition to a business that takes care of it’s customers. John and the boys at J & H Auto – thank you, you’re the best!
LANI AND JODI HAILI OLYMPIA
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Fire department thanks car club, Lacey
On Saturday, Oct. 23, our small rural fire department received a check for $3,500 to help with the purchase of a defibrillator for our ambulance.
This very generous and welcome gift was presented to our department by Denise Clevenger Spillman, Mike Stineburg and Graeme Sackrison, three members of the Cool Creek Nites car club.
Assisting the car club in reaching their annual goal of donating to a fire department in need of updating their life-saving equipment was the City of Lacey, Lacey Chamber of Commerce and the Lacey Sunrise Lions Club.
To all the members of this 12-person car club and the members of the Lacey community and car fanciers who helped them achieve their goal — thank you so much.
THE GLENOMA FIRE DEPARTMENT, FIRE DISTRICT #18: Ed Lowe, Phil Congdon, Ron Jennings, Jeanine Armstrong, Dawn Hughes, Neil Hughes, William Whitnell, Mike Silvia, Mary Congdon and Lonnie Houlbjerg