A bassinet full of roses from Tracey to Mary, a lactation nurse at public health. “She was so kind and caring. When I walked through the doors I was a mess with a screaming baby. She helped me understand and cope with, what I now know as colic. I have my sanity back thanks to you Mary. She even called me at home the next day to check on us. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Life saving roses from L.A. to the community group that serves hot dogs and coffee to the North Shore community on Wednesday nights on Tranquille Road. “I am forever grateful for their smiling faces and generous hearts that feed me and my two sons on a regular basis. They do not know how important they are, and reminds me to do what I can with what little I have.”
Thieving thorns from June and the Kamloops Native Housing Society to the person who stole three new leather chairs and a coffee table from the elders lobby at Sydney Avenue.