Dear Editor:I have the benefit and good fortune to enjoy the service of Meeker’s Meals on Wheels. I do not know who provides the service but I guess that my family contributes and that taxpayers — somewhere — pay the rest with unpaid volunteers doing much of the work. I thank them all.Today my noon meal was totally superb — cannot be superb (and how fortunate we are in Meeker today to enjoy several fine restaurants).n Swedish meatballsn American brown gravyn Noodlesn Fresh green peasn Apple, celery and fruit salad with light dressing to tasten French breadn 2009 Jacobs Creek Australia Cabernet SauvignonAnd please note that each evening we can zap a fresh ear of Olathe sweet corn. When blessings pour down on my bald head, I am truly grateful and thank everyone for the good things we share.Sincerely yours,Frank G. CooleyMeeker(The wine was probably not furnished by Meals on Wheels. But it was very good.)
Dear Editor: Europe and the USA have many things in common, one of which noted currently is the massive debt crisis both are experiencing because of politicians who fail to learn from history.
Enjoy the paper as usual. I especially enjoyed the fact that the county has begun an informational column titled “The County Cubicle.” I believe the dialogue will be very useful.