Dear editor,

On Tuesday afternoon I was walking around the S.V. Market area with a few disabled pals. On arrival home, we noticed we were missing a wallet which had probably dropped out of a backpack. Within moments, we received a call from someone who stated he had found the wallet. (There was a card in the wallet with the number to call in case of emergency.) We quickly returned and met a very nice boy named Mark Siechen and his two friends. All three acted as if it was no big deal to do what was needed to return the wallet to the rightful owner. They refused multiple times to be rewarded for what they appeared to imply was just the right thing to do. Thank you again for your honesty and integrity. You made our day!

Ellen Buckingham, Scotts Valley

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