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- May 29, 2008
- MWF HQ, Ukadia
- MX-5 1.8i Indiana SE, update pending
More than 50 Indiana bikers escort bullied 6th grade student to middle school
A group of more than 50 bikers in northeastern Indiana stepped in to help with they found out a local sixth grade student was having trouble with bullying.
Tammy Mick is the mother of Dekalb Middle School Student Phil Mick. She was very concerned about her son?s issues with bullying. She says it was so bad he told her he contemplated suicide. She spoke with Brent Warfield of KDZ Motorcycle Sales & Service about it, and Warfield immediately stepped in to help.
Warfield is the director of United Motorcycle Enthusiasts, and he told FOX59 he?s been hosting charity rides for years. He?s been working to raise awareness about bullying and teen suicide, so he decided to organize a special ride for Phil on his first day of middle school.
He posted the information on Facebook just a few days beforehand, and he got an incredible response.
More than 50 bikers met with Phil and his family for breakfast before his first day of school. Some bikers even traveled from over an hour away. They prayed with Phil before they all escorted him to school. Warfield said the school was very welcoming of the idea, and Phil was very excited about a fresh new start.
Mali, aged 3, visited the Cleveland Centre's special event days several times. She came with her mum on Saturday to meet Santa. Mali is not deaf, she struggles to communicate with speech and language and this is were she learned sign language to help her communicate. Santa asked Mali’s mum if she could sign, and touched hearts all over the world when he sprung in to action signing to Mali if she wanted a doll for Christmas.