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I want to thank three special people who "stood guard" at my car a few weeks back.

II was doing some last minute shopping at Cabela’s on Ellice Avenue. My car was full of gifts from my day of shopping. In my rush to get into the store, I must have accidentally pressed both the lock button and the trunk opener on my key pad, leaving the trunk open.

My three special people noticed my wide-open trunk. Two of them stayed at the car while the third person came in to inform the store manager who then made an announcement about the make of car and the licence number.

I was apprehensive as I left the store wondering what had happened, and standing there, at the back of my car, trunk wide open, were these three wonderful people. Thankfully nothing had been removed, and they were making sure I was there before they would leave.

I just want to say a very special thank you to these people for taking the time to wait for me. They saved me from what could have been a very expensive shopping trip! It makes the Christmas season even more special.

— Theresa Patel

Gimli

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