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  • Kim Rideout
    August 08, 2012 - 20:53

    This story has brought me to tears Justin is a wonder young man and has many talents. He is the cousin of my daughter Felicia and we are so proud of him. He is so respected in Kings point and everyone loves him. Way to go Justin you are awesome, Kim and Felicia loves you very much!!

  • Ron Tizzard
    April 24, 2012 - 14:58

    A wonderful story, a wonderful kid, a wonderful family.a wonderful community. Imagine what a wonderful world this would be, every day, if these kinds of stories were told, and retold every day; and the tolerance of all peoples were this inclusive. I personally believe, that one day the peoples of the world will be more at peace on a personal level...shouting and demanding that the political shakers and movers of our uncertainties be outed for their poisoned swords; thier poisoned words....education and tolerance will do all of that. Leadership is all that's lacking...and that willl come one day,..if we are positive and tolerant, so will our future generations. Thank you for sharing.

  • Helen Lavoie
    April 24, 2012 - 11:14

    just finished reading the story. I cried all the way to the end-I mean really cried. Justin you are a hero! God is Very proud of you. God is also very proud of all the team players and coach. Wow! what an example to all of us . ... as you have done to the least of these My brethren ...you have done to ME. Matthew 25:40

  • so happy
    April 21, 2012 - 08:21

    What a beautiful story, I have worked with kids like Justin for many years and there are so many storys like this that never get told, every little bit of encourgement that we can give those kids is worth a millon bucks, not only to the kids but to their families too. Keep up the good work Justin and work hard this summer with your mom and dad.

    • Kathy Farrell
      April 22, 2012 - 19:40

      I think it was wonderful for Justin to get another opportunity, but I also think it was pretty great for a bunch of teenage boys and their coach to include a stranger like that. Congratulations Mr. Farrell and your whole Wolf team! There is hope for this world's future if all our teens are as tolerant and inclusive as your boys. Thank you.