Faith restored by returned ring

On Wednesday, Dec. 10, I was shopping in Thrifty Foods in Parksville.

On Wednesday, Dec. 10, I was shopping in Thrifty Foods in Parksville. On this occasion, I lost my gold band ring and was not aware of when or where I lost it and did not notice until we had left the store and were on our way to our destination.

We returned to the store and after checking the parking lot and the section of the store where I thought I might have lost it, I checked with Customer Service with little hope of ever seeing my ring again, and when they checked, sure enough, the ring had been turned in.

I would like to thank the person who found and returned my ring and also to thank you for restoring my faith in people.

Jeanne BunkerQualicum Beach

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