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Colonial Diner Pays it Forward

By Karrie Beck

Find out why Colonial Diners’s Facebook post got 25,000 views in less than 24 hours.

People are good. Plain and simple. With all the negative headlines looming, it’s easy to forget the kindness and generosity apparent in the Blue Water Area. We, at Blue Water Healthy Living want to take the time and shed light on one local business in particular, the Colonial Diner, who take random acts of kindness including free hugs, to the next level.

What began as a simple act of kindness, has quickly turned into a system now called, the Help Our Homeless Initiative. Brianna, a Colonial Waitress says, “People want to help, they just need a way to be able to do it.”

From all of us at Blue Water Healthy Living, to the staff of the Colonial Diner, and the anonymous givers in our area we commend you and thank you for renewing our faith in the goodness of people.

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Disclaimer: Blue Water Healthy Living is an online magazine located in Port Huron, Michigan. Our purpose is to promote healthy living by showcasing the Blue Water Area, its people, issues and surroundings. This online magazine is devoted to providing healthy living related stories, local happenings, and commentary. Often inspiring and uplifting, our stories come from our heart and soul to promote the enjoyment of a more fulfilling Blue Water Area lifestyle. The material on this web site is provided for informational and amusement purposes only and is not to be confused with any medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions and values of Blue Water Healthy Living.

About the author

Karrie Beck

Karrie Beck lives in Port Huron with her husband and teenage son. She earned her Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University and went to work as an educator for Port Huron Schools in 2002. She enjoyed a teaching journey which included assignments in grades K-8 as well as her time spent as an adjunct instructor for St. Clair County Community College. Currently a Kimball Kub, she teaches Health and P.E. to the wonderful families of Kimball Elementary School. Blessed is how she refers to the opportunity to work for GBS Media as an administrator for their online magazine, Blue Water Healthy Living. Organizing volunteer writers allows her the opportunity to meet the many inspiring people who are positively impacting the local area she loves.

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