Last Sunday as I was waiting for the formal service to begin at the Payson Bible Fellowship, which we hold at the Rim Country Health and Retirement Community Apartments’ dining center, a resident of the apartments told me a story, which I would like to share with you.
Recently, she received a phone call from town hall of Payson telling her that her dog’s license was about to expire.
She explained that she was a 90-plus-year-old lady that she had no car, didn’t drive, and could not afford to take a cab both ways to and from town hall.
The next thing she knew, there was knock at her door. A very nice young man was asking for her dog’s papers. He took them to town hall and returned shortly with her dog’s license.
Believe me, I could not have made this up. The next time you hear a story about a town of Payson employee, tell them about this one.
J.P. Bill Powers