Tifton Gazette


March 4, 2014

Rants & Raves - March 5


I would like to rave about the Tifton KOA (formerly Amy's RV Park). They are still selling propane for the same price they did 5 years ago ($15) for a grill tank. They are all so helpful out there. Go out and get a decent price for a product.
Dr. James Mossell and Dr. Craig Smith are awesome doctors. They listen to you and actually hear what you are saying. Love them both. Thank you both for being my doctors. 
Mrs. Aultman and Mrs. Culpepper at G.O. Bailey's media center are wonderful. The kids are always doing exciting educational stuff and having fun at the same time.
I have a gigantic rave for Margaret, the infusion nurse at Affinity, west campus TRMC in Tifton. She has been my nurse at Affinity for many years and she has always gone way beyond her duties as a nurse to make the patient feel special. I know that I am not the only one who feels this way. Margaret you are a blessing to all the patients you see daily and we are so blessed to have you. Thank you for all you do for us and God bless you.
This is a huge rave for all the city folk, local sponsors and especially Patrick Kunes for putting on a fabulous Rhythm & Ribs Festival! The food, vendors and activities were great, and the music was outstanding. The best Saturday Tifton has seen in a very long time! Looking forward to more music in the park!
I would like to send a rave out to Joyce Parker, one of the AARP tax ladies that comes to the library to help poor people do their taxes. She is always helpful and friendly and I appreciate everything she does.

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