In this March 24, 2011 photo released by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a centuries-old, 40-inch-long gold chain found off the Florida Keys is shown. Shipwreck salvors are evaluating the gold chain, with an enameled gold cross and two-sided engraved religious medallion, plucked from the sea floor while searching for a 17th-century sunken Spanish galleon off the Florida Keys. Tentatively valued at about $250,000, the piece is believed to be from the Nuestra Senora de Atocha that sank during a 1622 hurricane. It was found Wednesday by divers from Mel Fisher's Treasures searching for the sterncastle of the Atocha, 35 miles west of Key West. (AP Photo/ Florida Keys News Bureau, Sharon Wiley ) NO SALES
SHARON WILEY — AP
On May 8 around noon I lost a very special gold chain somewhere between the Tuolumne Urgent Care and the Emanuel Cancer Center parking lot.
A wonderful person found it and turned it in to the urgent care where I had just left. The fantastic staff there looked through their entire building, called me and I retrieved my chain. Thank you so much for your caring and concern.
Whoever found my chain, I deeply appreciate your honesty. God bless you!
I'm proud to live in Turlock, knowing there's people like you living and working in our community.