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Kindness appreciated

Editor: I was at the chiropractor’s office for my appointment on Monday, July 15.

The doctor was running late, so I missed my ride home with HandyDart. While I was wondering what to do, another patient, by the name of Debbie, very graciously offered me a ride home after her appointment.

I would like to give much thanks and gratitude to this generous lady for her kindness. I offered to pay her but she would not accept any money.

May God bless you mightily for your kind deed, Debbie.

Doris Hickson,

Langley

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