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LETTER: A few pieces of tape mean an awful lot to Maple Ridge senior

Expressing thanks to business owner for going above and beyond

Dear Editor,

What a great city we live in!

I do not go out much these days, but am finding that people are thoughtful, polite, and [keeping a safe] distance.

Most wear masks. If not, they are carrying them, ready to put on.

OTHER ACTS OF KINDNESS: Cookies and kindness delivered to Maple Ridge seniors in isolation

and

Maple Ridge students turn grad disappointment into kindness

Best of all is dollar store at Dewdney Trunk Road and 223rd Street.

I went in for tape to repair my basket on my walker.

Owner said “no” to tape, but grabbed one of his tapes and taped it for me.

I thought that was so thoughtful of him – a good neighbour!

Above and beyond.

A. Finnbogason, Maple Ridge

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