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As I was frantically looking for my pups who took off when I dropped their leash, you stopped to assure me you hadn't seen them near the road. Later, you took the time to follow up in the parking lot after found them waiting at my car. You even chatted with me a bit while I calmed down. I can't tell you how much your help meant. Thank you!

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Our long-haired German Shepherd is in love with the staff at Wag-N-Wash in Livonia. Tami and her team do a terrific job every time on "man's best friend" and quickly too! This last time, Toby brought with him a little 'ode de skunk' perfume that they eradicated completely. Thanks!

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What a fun, welcoming atmosphere to help cool down these hot days. Happy, helpful employees and they know how to make a shake!

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That we live in a state where our cases of C-19 have decreased, where most people are considerate of the rules that got us to this point, and for the excellent health care system we benefit from in this area. That you to ALL Front Line Workers!!

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What a generous gift~~ Thank you to the woman at Wegmans Geneseo who paid for my son's groceries when he was short of money... no questions asked.

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On Friday, July 24th I took a hard fall in front of Aldi's in Batavia. I just want to thank so many people who came to my aid that day. May God's blessings fall on all of you for all you did on my behalf. I am forever grateful. Thank you; thank you!

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Thank you to all the teachers and administrative staff for their hard work and planning for the upcoming school year.

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Lifespan’s Long-term Care Ombudsman program extends a heartfelt “thank you” to the 50+ volunteers who are trained to advocate for people living in nursing homes and assisted living residences. Although our volunteer Ombudsmen have not been allowed into the homes during COVID-19, they continued to advocate for residents through phone calls, cards, letters and by providing residents’ familie…

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Went to Walgreens on Tuesday, July 28th, and Alex, the cashier was not only efficient, but kind, considerate, and patient with me. I had multiple orders, so I went to the check out three separate times. Each and every time, he did not rush me through my orders but was very helpful. As a customer, I really appreciate when a cashier is kind and considerate. Alex was accommodating to my needs…

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Thank you to all the volunteers for Habitat for Humanity of Livingston County for coming out last Saturday. You generously gave of your time and talents to build a basement for the home that already means so much to my children and I. We are so incredibly grateful. May God bless you all!

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This is for "Turn down your music". You really can't complain much since it was during day. If it bothered you so much you should have went over to ask them to turn it down in a nice way. And you have to consider that these days music may help a person deal with all that is going on. I know …

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Upon reading the post, I don't feel that the person was nosy or spying. You also stated that the person makes the rules on his property. Well, in the times we live in, I think, in some ways, that is changing. As the Governor stated long ago, no one has the right to make anyone else sick with…

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I manage a hotel in (local town) and want to vent about unacceptable behavior I've observed over the last 7 years. Local people, almost exclusively from (local city), will reserve a room by pooling money amongst 6-10 friends to afford the room. Once in the hotel, they play loud music, smoke,…

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I am 39 years old. I have grown up around dogs, and my dad used to adopt from (local shelter) years ago. (Local shelter) now forces you to make an appointment to even enter the building. I saw two dogs on their website that I wanted to look at, so I made an appointment that put me a week out…