"Blink and you'll miss it," said Joe Calhoun, describing the small town of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, of which he is a longtime resident. "But there is something so special here. It's a small town with a big heart." The tiny town of just 800 people has no traffic lights. It's the kind of place where everyone knows your name -- including that of UPS driver, Chad Turns, who's been delivering packages for the town for over a decade. "Everyone knows how special Chad is," resident Jenny Shickley said. "If he thinks something might be a gift - and this happened to us - he literally didn’t deliver it when the kids were in the yard, he just drove by, and then he drove all the way back to our house after dark, because he was nervous it was a gift and didn’t want to ruin it for the kids." When the pandemic hit, Turns was working 60-80 hour weeks for the whole year. In gratitude, town residents organized a surprise gratitude gathering, with thank-you signs, claps, and even a collective gift of over $1,000. With tears in his eyes, Turns said he'd received care from residents in offers of water, cookies, and kind greetings all year long, but Tuesday's group surprise moved and humbled him deeply.