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3 teens do right thing and return lost wallet

While out driving around Peachtree City [April 7] on my golf cart, my purse fell off without my knowing it. It contained my wallet with credit cards and my cell phone.

After I returned home and realized that I had lost my purse, I started to retrace my steps.

As I was pulling out of my driveway, three teenagers on a golf cart stopped.

They had found my purse, checked my ID inside my wallet, and drove out of their way to return it to me.

I failed to get their names, but I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart for their honesty and integrity.

I am proud of them, and their parents for teaching their kids the right thing to do.

Kathy Schumacher

Peachtree City, Ga.



Busy Bee's picture

And thanks to Ms. Schumacher for bringing their good deed to our attention. There are enough negative stories out there, especially about young people. Nice to read about some good kids.

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