Eh? More tales of unrelenting kindness in the NorthlandWe thought we might be done with the Duluth holiday niceties stories, but here are a few more.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
We thought we might be done with the Duluth holiday niceties stories, but here are a few more. They’re relatively ordinary kindnesses, but they came to us on handwritten notes in real stamped envelopes, so we thought we should share them.
One was from Carol Chalberg in Cloquet, who said her son, Andy, is serving in Afghanistan. He told her they recently received homemade cards, ornaments and treats from some grade-schoolers in Cloquet, who made their Christmas truly merry.
The other was an anonymous note about someone who shopped at the Plaza Super One store only to find when he got to the cash register he had misplaced his EBT card. He went to customer service in hopes of finding it and, sure enough, someone had turned it in.
The friend who sent the note says thanks.
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