To the editor:
On June 24, while in Cazenovia celebrating my nephew's Caz High School Graduation, I lost my driver's license, credit card and cash. I took my camera and walked through the village, around the lake and back to my sister in law's house taking some very good photos, if I say so myself. Upon returning, I realized that I lost my belongings.
As the sky darkened with a severe afternoon storm, we ventured out and followed my path. It was a futile attempt but we had to do it just to say we did. As we returned to the village, we made a last minute decision to stop at the Caz police station. Lo and behold, my belongings were placed in a plastic bag and turned over the police.
First, I want to wholeheartedly thank the good citizen that cared enough for another and turned in my belongings, credit card, driver's license, and all of the cash that I had dropped along the way of my meanderings around the Village. I want to thank the Caz police department for their courtesy and promptness on the day of my happenstance, but also for the letter sent to me and received upon my return my home in Naples, Florida.
Thirdly, I want to offer my congratulatory wishes to all of the Caz High School graduates, especially to my nephew.
Cazenovia should be proud of all that exists and that which hides around the corner waiting for a stranger with a camera. Thank you, kind citizen.