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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.

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