GIFT: Graciously accepted

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My wife and I would like to “thank you from the bottom of our hearts” for the family and very polite son who thanked me for my service and paid for our meal at Tomato Street Restaurant on Wednesday. It almost caused me to shed some tears to think that here’s a family bringing their children up to appreciate what many have fought and died for so that we can be free in this country.

Thanks again from me and my wife for your generosity. God bless you all.

BILL SINGLETON

Coeur d’Alene

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