School authorities say a mysterious giver has paid off the lunch obligations of more than 150 understudies in an Ohio city to pay tribute to a resigned cafeteria specialist who kicked the bucket in January.
The Port Clinton News-Herald reports that the more than $500 gift paid off the lunch obligations of each Port Clinton City Schools understudy, from kindergarten to twelfth grade.
The gift was made amid the school’s “Arbitrary Acts of Kindness Week” in February. The daily paper reports the motion was made in memory of the individual’s top choice “lunch woman,” Ruth Vogt.
Vogt worked at the secondary school cafeteria for a long time before she resigned in 1998.
The numbers are as yet being crunched so that the gift is conveyed over each of the unpaid record equalizations.