Congratulations Lynn


In last week’s edition, there appeared a small thank you from Lynn Evans which seemed to me to capture the true, old-fashioned spirit of Kincardine. It is surely the sign of a gentleman that he be thankful for the job he is given and that he quietly goes about it in a devoted, dignified manner.

Lynn has kept our downtown clean and tidy all summer and into the fall. The local businesses appreciated his effort with a shower of gifts. Tourists noticed and commented, and people of the community were proud.

At the end of the day, doesn’t it come down to good manners and thankfulness that really count?

We thank you, Lynn.

Catherine Hopkins, Kincardine