Tablet with special memories returned

Abottsford woman who volunteered in Cache Creek during the flood recovery gets her tablet full of pictures back in the mail.

Dear Editor

What do I say and how do I even begin this thank you?

I had recently reached out to The Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal after being deployed with the Red Cross in your community for the flood. The reason I asked for help was because my tablet with some very special pictures had gone missing.

I received a special gift in the mail – that had all of the special pictures that were not replaceable along with the tablet. It almost brings tears to my eyes how grateful I am. OK in all honesty, it did

So I say a super huge Thank You, whoever you are, and to The Journal for publishing my letter. We all stand together when disasters happen and I am so glad that I was able to come to my community where I grew up when there was a need.

Debbie Blumauer


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