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letter to the editor


Resident praises studentsí honesty

So often in life we only hear of the negative things that happen with todayís teens. I would like to tell you about two young girls at Farragut Middle School and their random act of kindness. Last Thursday my daughter and her CBFO basketball team stayed after school to watch the Farragut Middle Girls basketball team play. Before the game they went to a local restaurant to have a snack. When I picked my daughter up after the game, her purse was missing. We searched the car she was in, the school gym and the restaurant they had been to with no luck. We were sure by that time that someone had picked her purse up. My daughter was in tears because she had just received this purse for her birthday and the contents included most of her Chrsitmas presents as well as her safety belt and her inhaler. Later that night we were calling her cell phone to see if anyone would answer when some one did. Susan Davidson, the Farragut Middle School girls coach had been trying to reach us. Two girls had found the purse at the school and had brought it to Mrs. Davidson. They had seen the inhaler in the purse and were concerned for the owner. We want to thank these young girls for their honesty and integrity. They are Kayla Valdivia and Mariam Yousif. Your parents should be very proud of you.



Sincerely,

Darlene Hunter

 

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