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Random Acts of Kindness

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Folks paying it forward

Posted: 08/11/2014 1:00 PM | Comments: 0

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To the very kind gentleman at the self-serve gas bar on St. Anne’s Road who took note of my distress when my credit card failed to function, paid the $16.93 — paying it forward — and shook my hand, a very big thank you. I will forward a cheque for double the amount to Winnipeg Harvest.

— Tony Doerksen

We were two senior couples enjoying breakfast at the Original Pancake House on Pembina Highway. A young couple sat at the next table with their baby. After they left, the waitress told us they had paid our bills.

We thank them for their generosity. We’ll pass it on.

— W. and E. Peters & J. and J. Rempel

 

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