Thanks for paying restaurant bill

When it came to settling the bill, our server informed us that our meal had been paid for by the couple who had been sitting across from us.

Dear Editor:

We had such a  lovely surprise on Sunday night at Zias Stonehouse Restaurant in Summerland.

Together with another couple from Kelowna, we were celebrating our 50th and 51st wedding anniversaries.

When it came to settling the bill, our delightful server informed us that our meal had been paid for by the couple who had been sitting across from us.

We would have liked to thank them personally but hope they will read this letter and know that we appreciated their generous gesture.

We have always enjoyed the dining experiences at Zias but this one topped them all.

Klaus and Elizabeth Haverkamp

Summerland

 

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