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Chivalry is still alive in Dawson County

POSTED: August 1, 2012 4:00 a.m.

I wanted to let everyone know that chivalry is still alive and well in Dawson County.

I went to the post office last week and as I got in my car to leave, my car would not start.

It was so hot and humid that I went inside to see if anyone could help me and Warren came to my rescue.

He pulled up to my car and used my pretty little jumper cables that came in a little designer auto kit.

My car would still not start.

Determined to help, Warren did not give up.

He kept saying, "Try it again."

Still no roar of my engine.

So, Warren took out his trusty old jumper cables, hooked them up to my car and said: "Try it again!"

Thank the Good Lord and Warren. My car started up.

Warren could have given up the first few times, but he kept trying until he succeeded.

So today, Warren is my hero! And if any of my friends happen to stop in the Dawsonville Post Office, please thank Warren for helping me out.

I truly appreciated his assistance and his never give up attitude.

Pam Hamalainen
Dawson County

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