Letter to the editor: Christmas kindness

Posted 12/31/18

On Christmas Eve, my husband and I went to Malone’s for breakfast. When it was time to pay our server, we were told that another couple had treated not only us but two other tables in the …

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Letter to the editor: Christmas kindness

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On Christmas Eve, my husband and I went to Malone’s for breakfast. When it was time to pay our server, we were told that another couple had treated not only us but two other tables in the restaurant! They swore the waitress to secrecy, so we were unable to thank them personally, as they had already left the restaurant. We want you to know, generous givers, that not only did you provide food for the body but also for the soul. In these times of political rancor, it is heartwarming to know that there are kindhearted souls among us. God bless you for your kindness!
Polly Zetterman,
Arvada

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