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by:Kenwei      2019-09-01
When Paul Holsey first tried to use a metal detector, he found a gold ring buried in the sand on the beach of Van Wagner beach, and he was very excited.
But he knows that one person will be happier.
Holsey, with the help of his son Nicholas and some Internet detectives, reunited with the grateful host Jessica Hubbard on Thursday with the precious Hill Park Middle School ring.
Holsey, 43, tested his new metal detector on the beach on Monday.
He was recently fired because his job at Burlington was working on a rotary press and he thought the metal detector would be to kill some time and find a new job in him
He spent $5 picking up the machine on Kijiji and then found that he had to change some wires before going to the beach.
\"I always wanted one,\" Holsey said . \".
\"I found out in about half an hour (the ring)
In front of Hatch\'s house.
At first I wasn\'t even sure what I found, but I could see a ring when I looked down.
I am very happy.
\"Holsey did not bring his reading glasses so he could not read the inscription immediately.
He took it home and just finished reading the ninth grade Nicholas at Westdale to help him find the owner.
The inscription is \"Jessica IMM Hubbard,\" and an internet search shows a resume posted by Hubbard when he graduated from the mountain park three years ago.
Hubbard said she was thrilled to hear that someone had found the ring and thought the ring had been lost when she was playing with Jack Russell/pug dog Angus on the beach.
She said she had no idea where she lost it.
\"There must be some good people outside,\" Hubbard said . \".
\"He didn\'t work. He could have sold the ring to gold, but he said it was his mission to find me.
\"But it\'s not just the value of money,\" said Hubbard of the gold ring, including sapphire.
Worth about $500, this is a graduation gift from her father and she can\'t face him with this bad news.
Hubbard thought the ring was lucky, saying she had a string of bad luck in the two weeks it was lost.
\"I\'m glad to get it back.
\"I never took it off, and I \'ve had the worst luck since I lost it,\" she explained . \".
\"My car was hit.
\"For Holsey, the adventure made him more eager to pursue new hobbies.
He returned to the beach to find more treasures.
\"I found the bug,\" he said . \"
\"But most of what I \'ve found so far is beer cans buried in the sand.
\"Djchurchill @ thespec. com 905-526-
2460 when Paul Holsey first tried to use a metal detector, he was very excited to find a gold ring buried in the sand on Van Wagner\'s beach.
But he knows that one person will be happier.
Holsey, with the help of his son Nicholas and some Internet detectives, reunited with the grateful host Jessica Hubbard on Thursday with the precious Hill Park Middle School ring.
Holsey, 43, tested his new metal detector on the beach on Monday.
He was recently fired because his job at Burlington was working on a rotary press and he thought the metal detector would be to kill some time and find a new job in him
He spent $5 picking up the machine on Kijiji and then found that he had to change some wires before going to the beach.
\"I always wanted one,\" Holsey said . \".
\"I found out in about half an hour (the ring)
In front of Hatch\'s house.
At first I wasn\'t even sure what I found, but I could see a ring when I looked down.
I am very happy.
\"Holsey did not bring his reading glasses so he could not read the inscription immediately.
He took it home and just finished reading the ninth grade Nicholas at Westdale to help him find the owner.
The inscription is \"Jessica IMM Hubbard,\" and an internet search shows a resume posted by Hubbard when he graduated from the mountain park three years ago.
Hubbard said she was thrilled to hear that someone had found the ring and thought the ring had been lost when she was playing with Jack Russell/pug dog Angus on the beach.
She said she had no idea where she lost it.
\"There must be some good people outside,\" Hubbard said . \".
\"He didn\'t work. He could have sold the ring to gold, but he said it was his mission to find me.
\"But it\'s not just the value of money,\" said Hubbard of the gold ring, including sapphire.
Worth about $500, this is a graduation gift from her father and she can\'t face him with this bad news.
Hubbard thought the ring was lucky, saying she had a string of bad luck in the two weeks it was lost.
\"I\'m glad to get it back.
\"I never took it off, and I \'ve had the worst luck since I lost it,\" she explained . \".
\"My car was hit.
\"For Holsey, the adventure made him more eager to pursue new hobbies.
He returned to the beach to find more treasures.
\"I found the bug,\" he said . \"
\"But most of what I \'ve found so far is beer cans buried in the sand.
\"Djchurchill @ thespec. com 905-526-
2460 when Paul Holsey first tried to use a metal detector, he was very excited to find a gold ring buried in the sand on Van Wagner\'s beach.
But he knows that one person will be happier.
Holsey, with the help of his son Nicholas and some Internet detectives, reunited with the grateful host Jessica Hubbard on Thursday with the precious Hill Park Middle School ring.
Holsey, 43, tested his new metal detector on the beach on Monday.
He was recently fired because his job at Burlington was working on a rotary press and he thought the metal detector would be to kill some time and find a new job in him
He spent $5 picking up the machine on Kijiji and then found that he had to change some wires before going to the beach.
\"I always wanted one,\" Holsey said . \".
\"I found out in about half an hour (the ring)
In front of Hatch\'s house.
At first I wasn\'t even sure what I found, but I could see a ring when I looked down.
I am very happy.
\"Holsey did not bring his reading glasses so he could not read the inscription immediately.
He took it home and just finished reading the ninth grade Nicholas at Westdale to help him find the owner.
The inscription is \"Jessica IMM Hubbard,\" and an internet search shows a resume posted by Hubbard when he graduated from the mountain park three years ago.
Hubbard said she was thrilled to hear that someone had found the ring and thought the ring had been lost when she was playing with Jack Russell/pug dog Angus on the beach.
She said she had no idea where she lost it.
\"There must be some good people outside,\" Hubbard said . \".
\"He didn\'t work. He could have sold the ring to gold, but he said it was his mission to find me.
\"But it\'s not just the value of money,\" said Hubbard of the gold ring, including sapphire.
Worth about $500, this is a graduation gift from her father and she can\'t face him with this bad news.
Hubbard thought the ring was lucky, saying she had a string of bad luck in the two weeks it was lost.
\"I\'m glad to get it back.
\"I never took it off, and I \'ve had the worst luck since I lost it,\" she explained . \".
\"My car was hit.
\"For Holsey, the adventure made him more eager to pursue new hobbies.
He returned to the beach to find more treasures.
\"I found the bug,\" he said . \"
\"But most of what I \'ve found so far is beer cans buried in the sand.
\"Djchurchill @ thespec. com 905-526-
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