I often find myself in disagreement with the Daily Progress when it comes to the candidates they endorse for public office. However, they tend to make excellent choices when it comes to honoring local citizens for their "Distinguished Dozen" series each year. Two recent examples are friends of mine who have each devoted their lives to serving our community in very un-self-serving ways. To read Skip Mullaney's profile, click here. And for today's honoree, Harold Folley, Jr., click here. My heartfelt thanks and congratulations to them both (and to their equally Distinguished peers) for the well-deserved recognition. And three cheers to the Progress for taking the time to tell their stories.