Thank you for your help and patience

Dear Editor,

I am writing this letter to thank Constable Desa and Constable Zacker who came to my aid after the large snowfall on Saturday.

I had no trouble getting to town, but after a meeting at the Happy Gang from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., then working at the Thrift Shop from 2 to 3:30 p.m. I was really boxed in when they saw me clearing off the snow.

They came to my aid and so did another gentleman who stopped to push me.

I then proceeded by Lanfear Hill and only got so far and couldn’t go any further.

I’d like to thank another gentleman who directed traffic and me to turn around by Kalum Lake Drive. But to no avail. I didn’t get any further. Another gentleman backed me off the hill.

I now have four new tires and I’m ready for the next dump of snow.

Thank you to all the helpful and patient drivers on Saturday.

Alfreda Price

Terrace, B.C.

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