FEEL GOOD FRIDAY: A surprise for a woman who’s worked at McDonald’s for 19 years

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Feel Good Friday is a weekly segment where EastIdahoNews.com partners with Wackerli Subaru to surprise people in our community with random acts of kindness.

We recently heard about a woman named Diana who has worked at McDonald’s on Yellowstone Highway in Idaho Falls for 19 years.

An EastIdahoNews.com user sent us this message:

“My name is Chantelle and I’d like to nominate an employee at the McDonalds (who) has worked there as long as I can remember! I’ve seen her walk to work on more than one occasion. She wares eyeglasses and is shorter in height. Grayish colored hair. I’d like to nominate her because she is a hard worker! I know she’s worked there for more than 15 years! She deserves to have something nice happen to her!”

We agreed with Chantelle and decided to surprise Diana during the lunch rush.

Take a look at what happened in the video player above!

If you know someone who should be honored on Feel Good Friday, email nate.eaton@eastidahonews.com.

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