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A kind citizen’s cane

Kudos to Bea, a receptionist and ticket vendor at the Nevada County Fair, who, when I asked her if there were any “cane vendors” at the fair, graciously loaned me her cane for the day.

I had inadvertently left my cane at home.

Thank you, Bea, for your kindness.

There were no vendors who sold canes, and I was able to enjoy the day without driving the 26 miles round-trip to retrieve my cane at home. I had a wonderful day at the fair due to your kindness.

Thank you, Bea! You are a gem.

Mary Jane Reese

Grass Valley

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