A reader sends a halo to Bill Dayka and Casey Balch for another great summer of Movies in the Park. “These family-friendly movies make great memories for both locals and visitors!”

A reader sends a halo to the Sheriff’s Department for their professional help and advice for the reader, a local restaurant owner, dealing with a stolen ID.

A reader sends a halo to the Carpinteria community for being so supportive of Carpinteria Girl Scout troop 50006’s rummage and bake sale, which started them earning funds for their 2021 service trip to Costa Rica.

A reader sends a halo to Adam McKaig for finding the reader’s lost keys and taking extraordinary measures to return them to her.

A reader sends a halo to all those who participated in HELP of Carpinteria’s Kindness Month. “Thank you for sharing the kindness with members of our community while benefiting this crucial transportation service.”

A reader sends a halo to Luis of Che Argentinian Empanadas. “You make my stomach so happy every Friday night! Thank you for bringing your dulce and other treats to Carpinteria.”

A reader sends a halo to the August Birthday Girls. “Thank you for putting on the super party!”

A reader sends a halo to family and friends for the love and support of the reader’s husband, Tom Watts, as he’s battled stomach cancer this year. “Thank you for all the prayers, meals, lawn mowing (Stan!), etc. That has helped immensely. We feel well-loved!”

A reader sends a pitchfork to the owner of the unleashed Weimaraner. “The dog almost caused a major accident running into Carpinteria Avenue-traffic on Saturday afternoon in front of the Farm Cart.”

A reader sends a pitchfork to the dogs incessantly barking in and around El Carro Park from early morning hours to sunset. “The soundscape of our peaceful neighborhood has really changed in the past few years!”

A reader sends a pitchfork to the relief manager at a local supermarket. “You accused my (85-year-old) grandmother of not paying for a small salad sample that was given to her by the deli employees. At the very least you owe her an apology for embarrassing her.”

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