Letter: Local store made it a priority to be helpful and kind

Posted 9/20/22

To the editor:

I want to thank Lou, the manager of Barrington Hardware, for helping to keep a small-town, look-out-for-one-another community spirit in Barrington.  

When I went into the …

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Letter: Local store made it a priority to be helpful and kind

Posted

To the editor:

I want to thank Lou, the manager of Barrington Hardware, for helping to keep a small-town, look-out-for-one-another community spirit in Barrington.  

When I went into the store looking for something to help out my father, Lou made it a priority to be helpful and kind to, shall we say, a long-time Barrington resident. 

Thanks Lou! I hope the spirit you showed recently continues on when you and I are the same age as my father.

Appreciatively,

Erich Stephens

Greensboro, Vt.

(Grew up on Vans Lane, Barrington)  

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