THE THUMBS

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to Chantelle at Chemist Out­let for ex­cel­lent customer ser­vice. She is friendly, po­lite and noth­ing is too much trou­ble for her. Hope she is ap­pre­ci­ated at her work! From a very happy customer.

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to Jason at Red Rooster who has de­liv­ered to me a few times and he is al­ways po­lite and well pre­sented.

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to the bub­bly em­ployee at Cot­ton On Body at Orana Mall. I do not know your name, but you are al­ways so bright and cheer­ful, it re­ally does make my day when I go shop­ping there.

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to all of the or­gan­is­ers and vol­un­teers of the Ti­tan Mac­quarie Mud Run. This is a fan­tas­tic event and it could not hap­pen with­out you.

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to Ja­cob at Of­fice­works for his great customer ser­vice and tak­ing the time to ex­plain how the prod­uct works – keep up the good work.

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to the man who acted threat­en­ingly to­wards a kan­ga­roo and her joey at foot. We were en­joy­ing the beau­ti­ful sight of this roo and her joey sit­ting by the tree just prior to dusk when the man acted the way he did. A lit­tle later he threw a ball at them. Please be aware that you just never know who is watch­ing your ac­tions. (The lo­cal RSPCA were hav­ing a meet­ing at the time). You and your bud­dies thought it was a rea­son to have a good laugh. Not ev­ery­one would agree.

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to the amaz­ing sales as­sis­tant at Sport­spower Dubbo. Wow! The young lad that served us showed fan­tas­tic customer ser­vice and prod­uct knowl­edge, es­pe­cially for his age. His par­ents should be very proud of him.

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to Syd­ney Thun­der wicket keeper Han­nah Trethewy who vis­ited Dubbo for a work­shop with ju­nior crick­eters. She wasn’t just here to sign a few au­to­graphs – Han­nah spent the full 45 min­utes of her visit putting our ju­nior crick­eters through drills and skills and en­cour­ag­ing them to be bet­ter play­ers.

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to de­vel­op­ers who clear all trees and veg­e­ta­tion from an area, leav­ing a dust bowl which nearby res­i­dents have to live with. Oth­ers do show some con­sid­er­a­tion to res­i­dents – why can’t they all?

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to Linda, Re­nee and Sharon for or­gan­is­ing the trip to the bal­let at the Dubbo Theatre last Thurs­day night for a group of res­i­dents from Maranatha House in Wellington. Some of the res­i­dents were in wheel­chairs and it was a won­der­ful night out for them all.

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o Lo­gan at Ezi-wash West Dubbo, from a very happy customer.

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to the girls dressed up as the Easter Bunny at Riverdale – they were lovely!

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to ir­re­spon­si­ble pet own­ers who ad­ver­tise their pet for sale/give­away as they no longer have the time for them. Don’t get a pet in the first in­stance, they are a long-term com­mit­ment, not throw­away toys.

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to peo­ple who de­cide it’s a great idea to get a dog but leave them in the back­yard for days on end, with no walk and no in­ter­ac­tion, or tie them to the back of ute on a hot metal tray. Please just stop and think. You are the world to your pet, don’t let them down.

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to Sonny and the young lady who drove me home from Wool­worths Wellington. They went above and be­yond. I had been in the Wellington store and they knew it was hot and I need a walk­ing stick and so I was of­fered a lift home by th­ese thought­ful staff mem­bers.

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to Robert at Western Sky Mo­tors in Dubbo for ex­cel­lent, pro­fes­sional me­chan­i­cal ad­vice and ser­vice at a rea­son­able price! From a sat­is­fied customer.

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