6-Yr-Old Punished For Being Tardy, But Local Radio Host Realizes There’s More To The Story

Lisa assembled a group of local business owners to help get the family a new, working vehicle. A repo company donated a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country van. Other businesses donated new tires, a new windshield, and four figures’ worth of maintenance.

“This was [Bill’s] baby,” Lisa said. “It was all his idea.” Hunter and his family were completely shocked and overjoyed when they saw the new vehicle.

“When I handed dad Mark the key to the minivan, he was speechless and extremely grateful,” Lisa said.

What puts a sweet cherry on the top of this heartwarming story is that the school district met with Hunter’s parents. Ultimately, all issues were resolved to everyone’s satisfaction and the school district changed its tardiness policy.

It’s amazing to see the way one person can create a movement for good. We know Hunter and his family will never forget their community’s kindness!

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