On Nov. 3, I went to the Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church to vote. Being 90 years old, I was greeted by poll workers and offered any help I needed.

To the Editor:

On Nov. 3, I went to the Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church to vote. Being 90 years old, I was greeted by poll workers and offered any help I needed.

After I arrived home, I found out my key ring was missing. I tried to remember the last time I had used them and I thought I would contact the places I had been that day.

As it was getting late in the day, I decided to wait until the next morning.

About 8:30 a.m. the next morning, the phone rang and the caller identified himself as Velson Moorhead VLM of the RUMC voting group.

Someone found my keys and gave them to him. He asked me to meet him at the local AAA office so he could return the keys to me. I offered him a reward, which he refused.

I just wanted everyone to know that there are concerned and honest people working at our polls.

James Pinnick

Reynoldsburg