In December, a gentleman hailed two migrant workers on West Ave, between Rt 19 and Redman Rd in Brockport. The workers were returning from town on their bicycles in 30 degree weather around dusk. The gentleman pulled over in front of the workers, got out of his car and waved them down. He presented them both with packages that contained neon construction vests and a $50 bill. Neither of the migrant workers spoke English so there was not a lot of conversation. Once they conferred with me, I let them know that this was a random act of kindness, and they agreed that they would pay it forward.

The holiday season can be stressful and not a lot of time is spent thinking about others except for those closest to us. To this gentleman, thank you for caring about others.

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