b'THUMBS UP -A very grateful resident wanted to give a big thumbs up to the waste collector men who picked up her blue boxes mid February from a snow pile at the end of her driveway and brought them right up to her garage 20th ANNIVERSARY door! Thanks so much. THUMBS DOWN - on pedestrians in grocery store parking lots who without looking one way or another walk behind cars that are already backing out. Pedestrians lack of attention puts a terrible onus on drivers to brake hard and fast.THUMBS UP - to the Ontario Hydro One crew who responded to sparking wires on a 20-metre high transformer pole on Aldred Drive, Scugog Island. In spite of an evening blizzard-like snowstorm on February 25, the crew responded promptly and worked under severe conditions to correct the problem. We are very fortunate to be blessed with these efficient professionals.THUMBS UP - further to the above-mentioned date, we would like to give a big thumbs up to all snowplow Sat & Sun May 4 th& 5 th and emergency crews who worked through treacherous conditions, while most stayed within the comforts of their 10am- 5pm homes. 2019 THUMBS UP - to the Mulligans Golf League, a charitable golf group who recently donated $2,000 to Port Perry Canadian Tire Jumpstart charity. This charity helps make sport and play accessible to local kids. A win for everyone!THUMBS UP - A resident writes thumbs up to the Port Perry Refugee Support Group for continuing to raise funds now, to bring siblings of already settled Syrian families to Port Perry. Well done!Please submit two or three sentences to a maximum of 125 words to: email@example.com www.scugogstudiotour.ca /scugogstudiotour/scugogtour20 FOCUS - APRIL 2019'