When I recently entered the Pink Dipper ice cream shop, I spoke to some newer residents who expressed positive feelings about discovering this establishment. My memory immediately traveled back to thirty-five years ago this month when I first visited there. I had made a trip to North Augusta to explore housing for our planned relocation here in June. Midge Albanese treated me to an ice cream cone in the midst of my tour of North Augusta. I still remember with appreciation that simple act of kindness that reinforced my good feeling about this special community. “Be kind to one another” (Ephesians 4:32a).
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