Girl returns $1,000

Girl returns $1,000 found in Richard Simmons tape

HONOLULU (AP) — The best bargain at the Salvation Army thrift store in Kailua-Kona was a Richard Simmons videotape. But Mikela Mercier, 11, decided to pass up the chance to buy the tape for a few coins after she found a surprise inside: $1,000 in $100 bills.

Mikela said that when she discovered the money while browsing through the used tapes, she immediately looked for her mom who was inside the dressing room and told her they needed to turn it in.

Store manager Jimmy Thennes put out a news release on the discovery, praising Mikela for her honesty.

Her mother, Jodi Mercier, said she is very proud of her daughter who she says knew it belonged to the Salvation Army so the agency can help more people in need.

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God bless that little girl, and her parents for bringing her up right!

The girl did the right thing, and the Salvation Army should too. They should try to set a good example to the girl and attempt
to locate the rightful owner.

God be Praised! We should all learn from this honest little angel!:o

It will be difficult, unless they keep records of who donates what. I bet they will be innundated with people claiming that they were the one who lost the $1,000.00

But which one would know the name of the movie it was found
in?

It was a Richard Simmons tape so they could probably guess the title.

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