A woman who remained anonymous decided to treat everyone to lunch at a Pennsylvania Diner
In good news this week, at the newly reopened Country Diner in Hegins, an anonymous diner decided to treat the entire packed diner during the lunch rush to a meal. During the lunch rush, a diner asked manager Lorrie Renninger if she could pay for everyone's bill.
"I waited on this lady, and it was time for her to pay her bill, and came up to the register and said she would like to pay for everyone's bill. I'm like, 'Are you sure?' and she was like, 'Yes'," Renninger recalled.
On top of paying a whopping $350 to cover all of the customers' meals, she also tipped the two servers who were handling the lunch rush a total of $100. It was an act of kindness not only for the customers a the Country Diner but also for the employees, especially during a difficult time and after the diner had been shut down during COVID-19.
"Business has been up and down. Even though we're opening, we still can't get the help, you know. We had to do reduced hours," Renninger said.
The woman wanted to remain anonymous, but employees and the owner of the Country Diner want her to know how many people she touched by her generosity.
"I'd like to say thank you so much. You made our day, and it's wonderful that you do that," Renninger said.
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