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Thanks for random act of kindness

West Fargo On Halloween night, my husband and children went to McDonald's on 45th Street. When he got up to the drive-up window to pay, the employee informed my husband that the person in the vehicle in front of him paid not only for their own pu...

West Fargo

On Halloween night, my husband and children went to McDonald's on 45th Street. When he got up to the drive-up window to pay, the employee informed my husband that the person in the vehicle in front of him paid not only for their own purchase, but also for my husband's.

So to that stranger, we want to thank you for your random act of kindness. The kindness and generosity of others is still alive in the Fargo-Moorhead area, even when the economy isn't so great.

Again to that stranger, we thank you.

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