Amato: Sun City ladies were very helpful

Posted 9/17/20

Last week, while driving my golf car on Boswell Boulevard and Pleasant Valley Road, my back tire went flat.

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Amato: Sun City ladies were very helpful

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Last week, while driving my golf car on Boswell Boulevard and Pleasant Valley Road, my back tire went flat.

It was 107 degrees. Two ladies came out of their house and offered their air pump. But the tire came off the rim. As I waited for my ride, they allowed me to park my cart in the driveway until it could be picked up.

Their names were Becky and Pam. Pam offered me to wait in her house, but I was waiting for my ride home. Pam then went in her house and brought me cold water and waited with me until my ride arrived.

Neighbors are fortunate to have Pam as a good neighbor.

Joe Amato

Sun City

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