Kudos letters: March 11, 2010
The information about Anthem Blue Cross that appears on Channel 10, 5 o’clock news, is not correct in my case and must not be true for all the people who belong to my plan.
Anthem Blue Cross has not raised my premium. On the contrary, the company has lowered it by $17 a month, which is a considerable amount and has helped me a great deal. Where did Channel 10 get their information?
Thanks, Anthem Blue Cross!
A huge “thank you” to Ray Franks for rescuing our kitten Winter. Ray climbed 30 feet up our pine tree after Winter got stuck for eight hours. Ray is our hero!
Happy birthday, too!
Our best wishes,
Concerning the article by Courtney Ferguson about our home which appeared in The Union Home and Garden section Jan. 23.
Mention was made of our architect Tony Rosas and our general contractor Josh Moore. There is a third member of our home building team we failed to mention – our interior designer, Kevy Kennedy-Smith. Kevy spent endless hours with us picking out paint colors and stains, lighting and plumbing fixtures, carpeting, furniture, tile, etc. — the list goes on and on. We are very proud of our home but we couldn’t have done it without Kevy’s professionalism and expertise.
Jeff and Sue Thomsen
Though it’s lovely to get a thanks for helping with the Empty Bowls Soup Supper, it’s not quite right to say that Chic and I contributed the bowls … Chic and I did contribute some bowls; however, the greater part of the 400-plus bowls we had were donated by the good potters of Nevada City and Grass Valley and there are about 30 potters who regularly donate bowls for this event. We even had bowls shipped in from Nevada, Truckee, and the Bay Area! We couldn’t pull it off without them. Thanks again, potters! You are truly amazing.
On Feb. 21, our congregation had a “going away” party at Round Table Pizza in Grass Valley. All 65 of us were thrilled with the level of service and attention that owner Steve Brown and employee Jon Slaughter provided. We will be back! Many thanks to both of you and the rest of the staff at Round Table!
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