Helping hand opens locks

There was a man parked beside me who called OK tire and “Marty” came and fished my keys out of my truck.

I received a random act of kindness from a man named Marty who works at OK tire. I was at Subway by Walmart and left my keys locked in my truck. I also had forgotten my phone at home.

There was a man parked beside me who called OK tire and “Marty” came and fished my keys out of my truck. I was on my lunch break and had no cash with me so couldn’t pay him. He said it was his act of kindness and to have a good day. I was very thankful as I live in OK Falls.

Thanks again Marty!

Sheila Dyck

Random Acts of Kindness Day takes place on Nov. 6.

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