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Heartwarming Story

Posted by casey_nfld (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 4, 12 at 13:39

I don't know if this has been shared here yet but get your tissues ready! About high school athletes looking out for a mentally handicapped student.

Here is a link that might be useful: Story


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That's a great story Casey. Thanks for sharing it with us. It makes us feel good when kids watch out for the underdog. Kids can be so cruel and it takes a tole on the one picked on for the rest of their lives. Good for these guys for watching out for Chy.


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It is always good to send a good story. Too bad some of the networks haven't picked it up. Great kids and thanks to all.


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It's hard to read with tears in your eyes! Just loved the story...Thanks for sharing.


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It's hard to read with tears in your eyes! Just loved the story...Thanks for sharing.


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It's hard to read with tears in your eyes! Just loved the story...Thanks for sharing.


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I'm pretty sure one of the networks DID pick it up -- I know I've seen the story, maybe on Brian Williams' nightly news.

It's a good story! All of those kids should get hugs for being more considerate than some adults.


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Wonderful story! My grandson who you might remember fron America's Got Talent, is also a star athlete as a junior in high school, has always befriended special ed students. He eats lunch with them, also escorted one for homecoming, and has had a young man call him for years and interact socially with them.


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Omg! That made my heart smile bigtime!
Thanks Casey!
I shared it on FB


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