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Letter to the Editor... Young man's help deserves recognition

To the Editor: My friend's car stopped at Cloquet Avenue and 16th Street recently. Luckily, I could walk across the street to the garage "Pete & Sons." A young fellow at the shop, Lucas Rice, befriended me by giving my use of his cell phone t...

To the Editor:

My friend's car stopped at Cloquet Avenue and 16th Street recently.

Luckily, I could walk across the street to the garage "Pete & Sons."

A young fellow at the shop, Lucas Rice, befriended me by giving my use of his cell phone to inform of our problem. He also got help to push my friend's car across the street so she could be in a warm place. This was a morning of 10 degrees or more below.

He kept us company while the mechanics (who were also kind) at the shop repaired her car.

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I am so impressed by this young gentleman's kindness towards us two elderly ladies.

I believe he deserves recognition and I'm sure he'll have a wonderful and useful life.

Florence Schelonka Cloquet

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