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Posted: 07/23/2014 2:00 PM | Comments: 0
I WOULD like to thank a young mom for returning a wallet our student had lost.
One of the international students we host went on his first shopping trip with friends by bus. On his way home from Polo Park, he lost his wallet. It contained important identification, as well as $70.
We called Winnipeg Transit and retraced his steps, but nothing showed up. Two days later, a young mom came to the door and asked if somebody had lost a wallet. She had found it on Watt Street when she walked her son to school that morning.
The ID and other important documents were there, minus the money.
Thank you to this wonderful lady, who drove all the way to our house to return it to the anxious student.
I did not ask her name, but what a great example she is to her children and our international students.
— Ann Fehr
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