There are many reasons to offer up a cheer this week. Below are a few.
Cheers go out to:
Lindsay City Council that is saving a few trees by going paperless with their iPADS.
Monache High School boys cross country team that won the team title at the East Bakersfield Invitational.
The Porterville Knuckelheadz 10 and under baseball team that won the Bakersfield Sidewinders Rattle Up Tournament.
Granite Hills High School students who held a ceremony remembering those who died during the attacks on America on Sept. 11, 2001.
Tulare County Supervisors that put off raising dump fees for cities and commercial haulers until January.
Bob Holmes, a one-man Volleyball team, who brought his inspirational message to Summit Charter Collegiate Academy.
All the young people displaying their animals or indoor exhibits at this week’s Tulare County Fair.
Tulare County Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee that will purchase animals at the Tulare County Fair livestock auction Saturday and then donate the meat to local food pantries.
Springville Elementary School’s Lisa Coorough who has been honored as middle school educator of the year.
Area California Highway Patrol officers who conducted the child car seat safety check last weekend.
National University at Porterville college that has extended its offering of bachelor degrees
All of those who turned out for the first Porterville Art Walk and for artist Victor Cervantez of Lindsay who unveiled his mural.
Eagle Mountain Casino that donated $6,000 to Helping Hands of Porterville.
Porterville Chrysler Jeep Dodge that was honored by the Chrysler Corporation.
The Recorder wants to be sure good news and good deeds are recognized. If you know of some good news or a good deed that needs to be recognized in this column, call Editor Rick Elkins at 784-5000, ext. 1040, or e-mail it to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also message him on Twitter.