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Local bikers escort young boy to his first day of school

The first day of school is a bit nerve-wracking for everyone. Usually, a sweet little pep-talk from your parents is all you get before the big day.

Sean Maehrer from Pennsylvania, who has Down Syndrome, had more than just a pep-talk to prepare him for his first day of school. Sean’s family were concerned about fellow classmates bullying him so they reached out on Facebook for a little support. Little did they know that the local motorcycle gang would see it and want to help out.

The bikers made an extraordinary effort to make sure Sean arrived for his first day of school in the coolest possible way, on a motorbike! He even had his own personalized helmet which he rocked suitably.

The Maehrer family were overjoyed with the special effort that was made for their son. And thanks to the gang, Sean made friends for life.

Sean Maehrer and friend

Posted by Francesca Bonfiglio on 15 August, 2016 acts of kindness, courage, heart warming story, heartwarming, Heat Holders USA, Pennsylvania |
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