An Anonymous Act of Kindness during pandemic
April 15, 2020
During this unprecedented time of uncertainty, and in many cases financial hardships, depression and feelings of isolation with the COVID-19 pandemic, thankfully you hear uplifting stories. Despite the bad, there is so much good that happens in America.
One such story happened in Kiowa, Kansas. Hometown Market Board President Mike Miller told the Newsgram that an anonymous donor gave $500 to the grocery store to benefit a select group of local World War II and Korea veterans and their widows with their grocery purchases (which averaged about $75 per person.) One of those was beloved Raymond...