Bad manners to good deed

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Some bad manners at a Niagara Falls restaurant led to a good deed that will help a local charity.

    On Monday, Kelsey’s on Clifton Hill received a hand-written letter from a boy apologizing for the way he acted at the establishment.

    The unknown customer did not leave a return address, but included two $10 bills.

    “Dear Kelsey’s, I have made $20 doing chores around my house to pay for the bad manners I had while at your restaurant. Sorry, Colin,” read the letter.

    The Clifton Hill – Niagara Falls Fun Facebook page shared a picture of the letter and the money.

    “Awesome parenting from an unknown customer with no return address,” said the Facebook post.

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