Samaritan deserves thanks

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I recently moved to Georgia from Michigan. Georgia residents are the best.

I lost my job in Michigan and came here. I got a job and a place to live. But because of health reasons, I require medication for high blood pressure that I can’t afford. A very nice lady at Wal-Mart in Grovetown paid for it. “Pay it forward” really means something here.

Thank you to that lady. She can be sure that I will do the same for someone else.

Janice Akers

Grovetown

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Jane18 05/05/12 - 05:22 am
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That's what we do, Janice.

That's what we do, Janice. That's what we are supposed to do, if possible.

faithson
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faithson 05/05/12 - 11:31 am
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thank you Janice for

thank you Janice for acknowledging a kindness done. we all can use a wonderful story of compassion.

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swinter05 05/09/12 - 12:04 pm
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southern hospitality at its

southern hospitality at its best

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