SPCA goodness

The New Brunswick SPCA gets five grand from Karen Munn through Nestea’s Release the Goodness contest.

Munn helped an elderly man aboard a March 6 United Airlines flight from Denver, Colo., to Tucson, Ariz.

The 94-year-old man didn’t make it to the washroom in time. Munn cleaned him up and washed his clothing.

Grateful airline personnel wanted to reward Munn with free airline tickets, but she declined.

Back home in Fredericton, Munn’s husband read an article that said nearly half of all Canadians seize opportunities to perform good deeds and the story explained the Nestea Vitao contest.

Jeff Munn submitted his wife’s name and story in June.

After being chosen as third runner-up, it was left to voters to pick the contest winner.

Munn, who has adopted three abandoned cats, vowed to donate the cash to the Fredericton SPCA if she won.

See also a Q & A with Stephanie Walsh, executive director of the New Brunswick SPCA.


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