Letter: Penticton cares

Reader thanks a good Samaritan that rescued her shopping

A huge shout out of gratitude to the anonymous Good Samaritan who retrieved the large, white shopping bag I accidently left behind on the No. 5 bus heading north on Saturday afternoon.

Among other articles inside was a present for one of the grandkids. I was relieved of worry and a young man was grateful for his gift.

“Do onto others…” and you did! Many, many thanks.

Jean Simon

Penticton

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