No Thanks Needed: ‘Turkey Fairy’ Does Good Deeds

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LYNDHURST-- It's busy inside the Family Urgent Care Center on Mayfield Road. But what was discovered outside Monday morning made everyone pause.

"I got to work and was looking out my window and wondered, what is in the bus stop?  So I took a walk out to see what it was and there were three or four blankets, hats and a box of gloves," said Nancy Panzero, who works at Urgent Care.

There was also a note that read, "Happy Thanksgiving. Take goves, hats, blankets, & stay warm.  Love, The Turkey Fairy,"

"And I came in this morning and it appeared that the Fairy doubled up in the blankets, doubled up in the hats and gloves. The note today said 'be the change you want to see in the world'," said Panzero.

Tuesday, the Turkey Fairy struck again! The Fairy is leaving items at the bus stop along Mayfield Road, but is not leaving clues as to who he or she is.

"I think it's great. And they just want people to recognize what they are doing to help other people and not focus on the person themselves. And it's kind of fun to figure out who may be doing it!" said Katie Trolio, who also works at Urgent Care.

The employees figure the Turkey Fairy does the good deeds overnight because the items are there when Urgent Care opens at 6:00 a.m.

"There are so many negative stories on the news right now and around the world. And it makes me feel good to know that there are still people who are good and put it all aside and care about other people," said Nancy Greff, of Lyndhurst.

Late Tuesday, the only item left was a hat.