Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 07/6/2014 2:00 PM | Comments: 0
RECENTLY Natasha, who works at M&M Meats, in Selkirk made my day.
I was at Lockport Petro Canada and my car would not start. I didn’t have much time to get to a family gathering, so Natasha offered me a ride. Bless her heart.
She called into work to ask if it was OK if she was a few minutes late. Her warm, friendly manner sure made me feel better, and I’m sure anyone who has had the pleasure to be helped by her will feel the same.
Thank you so much, Natasha.
— Lynn Checkley
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