A reader sends a halo to the Boy Scouts of Troop 50 for spending the last two Saturdays clearing the weeds from the infields at El Carro Park.
A reader sends a halo to Superintendent Rigby and Principal Cornejo for their countless hours in creating a county-approved graduation for our seniors. “We appreciate your grit and determination to give our CHS seniors what they deserve.”
A reader sends a halo to Ray Kolbe for looking after bees and other pollinators. “Many don’t know how important they are to our food supply. Thank you, Ray!”
A reader sends a halo to Ron Davisson and the volunteers at St. Joseph’s Resale Shop for requiring masks and social distancing.
A reader sends a halo to Annette Fisher for all her fundraising efforts. “You’re Carpinteria’s angel!”
A reader sends a halo to Lynn Menicucci, who has contributed so much to our community by giving out masks. “Thank you for your service and hard work!”
A reader sends a halo to everyone wearing their masks walking around town.
A reader sends a halo to the person who put the Sunday LA Times in the little free library.
A reader sends a halo to Rena Van Kirk and Sunset Rotary Club for organizing “Carpinteria Community Dinners” with local restaurants. “This big win-win keeps the restaurants in business and their staff working. What a special gift to me and other Carpinteria seniors. I don’t think this creative idea can be beat. (Well, maybe if someone cut my hair.)”
A reader sends a pitchfork to all the parents allowing their kids to “hang out” with no regard to social distancing. “So irresponsible!”