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Lodi teen’s selfless offer touches heart of woman struggling to find work

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  • Robert Jacobs posted at 11:40 am on Wed, Apr 3, 2013.

    Robert Jacobs Posts: 298

    For me this story has to be the most honest story I've ever read...

    Truly touched in Oregon...

  • Robynn Fried posted at 1:01 pm on Sat, Mar 30, 2013.

    Robynn Fried Posts: 17

    And I'd really like to thank Artem for bringing hope back into my heart. I'd JUST given up finding a job in pharmacy when he came knocking at my door. And a HUGE thank you to your parents for leading by example. I truly wish there were more parents like you in this world. [love]
    I know it was confusing when I was talking to Chris. I was a Relief Counselor for Regional Youth Services, and an Instructional Aide at North Valley School. They are facilities, owned by Victor Treatment Centers for severely emotionally disturbed children. Just thought I'd clear that part up a bit.

  • Quan Pham posted at 10:55 am on Sat, Mar 30, 2013.

    qpham63 Posts: 31

    Most of the teenagers I have run into lately to say they aren't Artem's caliber is an understatement. Some are so down right rude it makes you want to slap their parents.

    Thank you Artem for renewing my hopes for your generation.

    BTW I tend to focus on the more badly behaved kids and know I should pay more attention to the better kids.

  • carla anaya posted at 10:16 am on Sat, Mar 30, 2013.

    carla anaya Posts: 3

    totally brought tears to my eyes.............KUDOS for this this young man, there should be more kids out there like him.......and congrats to this woman for getting back on her feet. with faith and prayer anything is possible!



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