Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the Editor...Youths thanked for returning phone
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Mar 2007, p. 6


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Dear editor, I wanted to send this letter to thank two young men at the MoldMasters SportsPlex--Mike Brown and Scott Beedham. During the crazy drop off and pick up for hockey practice I jumped out of my car to help my son put his hockey bag in the trunk. There were cars waiting behind me so I was trying to hurry. Not until a few hours later did I realize that I lost my cell phone. I called the arena and they did not have it in their lost and found, so my husband and I drove over and looked around to no avail. My husband went inside the arena and asked around, in the meantime he kept calling my cell number from his while he was there. The final time he tried someone picked up. I'm not sure which boy-- the two work at the arena and call themselves "arena rink rats". They had enough sense to take out the "sim" card from my phone and put it in their phone. They told my husband they were just about to call the "home" number. Well, they met up and my husband got my crushed phone (which must have been run over by the car behind me after I went to the trunk), but luckily the sim card still worked and these two young men were kind enough to keep it and follow up. Funny part is I was worried because I use this phone for business and of course as we all know our phones are like a lifelines. So a great big thanks goes out to these guys. I love it when young people do great things as I know so often they get a bad rap.


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Conte, Christine
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Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
7 Mar 2007
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Halton.News.220150
Language of Item:
English
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Letters to the Editor...Youths thanked for returning phone