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This week's Hugs & Slugs offerings from Nelson area

Hugs. To the City crew who came and dug out the bus stop at 2nd Street and Davies Street.

 

HUGS. Great big Mama Bear hugs... to Dee at the mall A&W for your smile and quickness of pace. Many don’t know the “other side of the counter” stress; you keep it cool, manage to get everyone through in record time, and keep that bright smile throughout it all... (that day you paid special attention to a challenged customer above everyone else’s impatience really brought tears to my eyes. Efficiency like yours is much appreciated!!

- from someone who knows how wonderful you are

 

HUGS. To the wonderfully mysterious return of my purse fully intact. May your life be full of abundance and joy.

 

HUGS. Thank you Sally for donating your winnings to Shalimar spa to allow me to have some relaxing and healing time. Words can not being to tell you how much your gift means to me.

- Love from a very thankful and blessed friend xo

 

HUGS. To a wonderful man my kids call Papa for being the perfect Oso companion, for being a great father figure and role model, for his witty and insightful comments on all things hockey, and for sharing his freshly caught fish with us for dinner.

 

HUGS. Thank you to the good Samaritan for helping to try and save Butch’s life on the rail bed (Burlington Northern), your help was really appreciated.

 

SLUGS. Someone stole my purse out of my car right before Christmas while returning my shopping cart back to its place at Save On Foods. Just want to warn people that yes there are theives in Nelson...always lock your doors! If you were approached by someone around Christmas time to buy a iPhone 4 it was probably mine.

 

Hugs. To Whitewater ski resort for organizing one way driving lanes, drop off zone and more parking.  My stress level went way down this year thanks to the new set up.

- a grateful skiing mother

 

 

 

 

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