Here are some of the good things readers noticed around the area recently:
Shirley Butcher of Danville sends hearts “to the Danville Care Therapy Department.
“I had arthritis, and the Therapy Department helped me.
“I feel much better.
“Thanks go out to Rodger and the rest of the crew.”
Jeremy and Becky Claypool of Covington, Ind., as well as their families, send hearts “to all the businesses, church and civic groups, friends and family in the Illiana area who have donated their time, support and gifts for medical expenses and silent auction since our son Ian Claypool’s cancer diagnosis.
“We would like to thank the following businesses and people for their generous donations given for Ian’s recent spaghetti dinner benefit on June 8: Dillman Eye Care, Premier Anesthesia Associates, ACCESS Surgery Center employees, Presence Health physicians, Carle Clinic physicians, Mervis Industries employees, Courtesy Ford, Iron Tide Tattoo Gallery, Gem City Tire, Leffler Tire, Covington County Market, Powell’s Ace Hardware and Vickerys Hilltop Restaurant.
“Also, hearts to Benjamin’s Family Dining, Caribbean Connection, Genesis Hair Salon, Hershey’s Drive-In, Sleepy Creek Vineyards, Kickapoo Landing, employees of Danville Metal Stamping, Turtle Run, Elaborate Cakes, Kirby Risk, Jim’s Designs 4U T-shirts and Signs, Tiny Tim’s Tin Shop, Edgar County Meat Locker and Sugar Mill Lake.
“Hearts to Tommy B’s Custom Carts; Dana Sanders — Scentsy; Holiday World; Tropicanoe Cove; Watson General Tire; Rebecca Blair; Caryn Steiner and family; Monical’s Pizza; BP of Williamsport, West Lebanon and Attica; Sundae Shop; Snoddy’s Mill Grill; Wabash Valley Flower Shop; and Ruth Miller.
“Also, hearts to Shirley Sloop, Jodi Yoder, Dean and Zoe Dolbee, Warrick Auto, A Cheerful Nest, Buccaneer Bay Water Park, Veedersburg Food Basket, employees of BioAlternative, The Beauty of Hope Pageant Royalty and their families, and Laura Bell, Beauty of Hope pageant director, as well as her family.
“We thank everyone for their continuous prayers and support and our son continues to fight his battle against cancer.”
“Two more benefits are planned to help with Ian’s medical expenses: A square dance and silent auction will be July 28 in Clarks Hill, Ind. It will begin at 2:30 p.m. EDT. The caller is John Holman. There will be food as well as silent auction items.
“For registration or information, contact IDA Northwest chairman Orville VanDame (Ian’s great-grandfather) at (765) 762-3138.
“Also, the Wabash Valley Steam and Gas club will have a benefit tractor drive starting in Covington, Ind., on Sept. 14.
“For information, contact Alan Moudy (Ian’s grandpa) at (765) 793-1406.
“Additionally, a benefit account has been set up for Ian and donations can be made at any Old National facility and deposited into the ‘Ian Claypool Benefit Account.’”