Thanks for returning wallet

I am writing a letter of gratitude to the anonymous person who took the time to return my wallet. They did not have to, but they did.

Dear Editor:

I am writing a letter of gratitude to the anonymous person who took the time to return my wallet. They did not have to, but they did.

I came home after riding my bike at Dale Meadows Park to find that I had lost my wallet. I was upset because I thought it would be lost forever.

The next day at school, I was called down to the office and when I got there, I saw my wallet.

I realized someone had taken the time to bring it to the school to return it, because it had my school identification in it.

If you are the person responsible for turning it in, thank you very much.

I am glad that there are Good Samaritans living here in Summerland.

Cameron Soo

Grade 8 student

Summerland

 

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