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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Roses and Thorns, But Only Roses Today: A Story from Springfield, Missouri

The News-Leader in Springfield, Missouri publishes a column of letters entitled Roses & Thorns. I would assume the thorns are complaints because the roses are compliments. There were only roses on February 14, 2011. The following was one of them:
A ROSE: To three young men. We live next door to the LDS (Mormon) church. We have a long drive. Today, there were three young men with snow shovels cleaning our drive. These young men are from that church, seeing a need and filling it. We deeply appreciate this help.
- Harry Hankins, Springfield
Service is always a dish best served -- anonymously and voluntarily. Kudos to the young men and everyone, everywhere, who see a need . . . and fill it.

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