Scene in Edmonds: Lending a helping hand

Sonia Nunez Gilman asked that he highlight the good deeds of Edmonds resident Steven Seremeta. On Monday morning, while his young family played outside, Seremeta “quietly grabbed his snow shovel, cleaned the entire cul-de-sac, and salted walking paths for the various home entrances at the end of 6th Avenue South,” she said. “I’m grateful when neighbors help neighbors in our beloved Edmonds and anywhere.”

2 Replies to “Scene in Edmonds: Lending a helping hand”

  1. What a nice story to share, Sonia, of your neighbor Steve, shoveling all your sidewalks! When people do good deeds they usually do them from their heart with no expectation or need for praise. But when someone does acknowledge their selfless deed, the goodness expressed in that deed spreads far and wide and many more hearts are touched. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. As Mr. Rogers sang:

    “I have always wanted to have a neighbor just like you…”

    Thank you so much, good neighbor.

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