Thanks so much to Good Samaritan

Harla and I wish to express our deep sense of gratitude to the young man who helped us out in front of Memorial Presbyterian Church

Dear Editor,

Harla and I wish to express our deep sense of gratitude to the young man who helped us out in front of Memorial Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning (Nov. 3) at about 9:15 a.m.

In our endeavour to turn off the crescent and park in front of the church we became stuck and cross ways to the corner. When we asked this young man, who was passing in his truck, to help, he stopped, shovelled and pushed, and in about 25 minutes we were able to move out of our predicament … however we missed getting his name and wish to say, Thank You! Thank You!

If this Good Samaritan reads this note of thanks would he be kind enough to telephone 403-887-2442.

God bless you my friend!

Rev. John & Harla Yoos,

Sylvan Lake

 

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