Paying it forward. Random acts of kindness. Making a difference. This past Saturday, Jan. 18 one small gesture went viral online. Sgt. Ariel Soltura wrapped up a routine traffic stop in Rosenberg, Texas. He saw a boy standing alone, tossing a football, looking for someone to play with.
What happened next, tugged at the heart strings of America. With Soltura’s dashboard camera still running, he stopped the car. The kid leaves the frame, only to return running, going deep to catch a football, tossed by the officer.
“Everyone that sees it has probably at one time thought that they were that kid,” Soltura said.
Think of ways you and your Grange can make a difference. Isn’t that how we make our communities better? One person at a time?
ABC News named the officer “America Strong” to see the segment go here.