Letters to the Editor

Thank you

During the Fourth of July festivities in Kingston, I somehow lost my purse in the crowd. I reported the loss and did not expect to see it again. The next day, Linda at the Kingston IGA called me with good news: the purse had been turned in to their store.

I wish to thank the unknown hero who turned in my purse, cash and credit cards completely intact and I thank Linda and the other employees at the IGA who took good care of my purse until I arrived.

This confirms my belief that North Kitsap is a wonderful place to live. To my anonymous hero, thank you, whoever you are.

Joyce Fiess

Poulsbo

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