I wanted to highlight some of the wonderful people that we have in Langley.
My husband and I volunteered for the Salvation Army Christmas kettles this past Saturday in Walnut Grove, when three excited girls ran up to us with the biggest smiles. They were holding two baggies full of money that they had collected. "It's $107.56," they proudly stated.
They told us that they went caroling for an entire day to collect the money, and they had been looking for the Salvation Army kettles to donate the money.
They rotated putting the money in the kettles.
I gave them each a high five, and away they went.
About a half-hour later, they came back and asked if they could sing Christmas carols to us, and they began singing. They sang for awhile, and had to leave when their dad came back to pick them up.
To Amber, Avery, and Savanah: Thank you so much for caroling for the Salvation Army, and for singing to us and making my day extra special!
And thanks to their parents for these great girls, and to all for being a great part of our community.
Tricia Rickards, Langley