In Chili, Ind., a large number of <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/auto/style/motorcycles” < a href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/auto/style/motorcycles” target=”_blank”>biker</a>. visited on 8-year-old girl’s lemonade stand as part of a surprise organised for the little girl and her mother.
Hungry cyclists are not the only rules for an old glass of soda and they only stop for the “best lemonade in the state.”
This is exactly what has happened in Chile, Ind. when a group of bikers went to a 8-year-old girl’s lemonade stand as part of a surprise organised for the little girl and her mother.
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Daryn Sturch, a mother and 8-year-old Bryanne, as well as shared pictures of the sweet moment on Facebook with the explanation that they were satisfied with the cyclists last year, while coming to their aid at a motor vehicle accident.
“My daughter and I were in a motorcycle accident,” Sturch wrote in September of 2018 shall be the incident, saying that several members of the Milwaukee Iron motorcycle group has been involved in. “Today they came for a drink and to surprise my daughter with.”
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The accident occurred in the vicinity of Denver, Ind., according to RTV6. Sturch, a registered nurse, told the outlet that she “ran up to assist in any way they can.
Riders not to be forgotten. She kept in contact with the Sturch, and on Sept. 15, has decided to treat them with Bryanne, by the display of a cold glass of lemonade.
Bryanne ‘ s grandfather, who in the name of her lemonade, the best lemonade in the state, has shared the video to Facebook, it will end his message with the hashtag #GoodPeopleDoExist, and this is a message for Sturch the hope is that the video’s viewers to take to heart.
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“My great campsite that I really want people to take a step back and understand that we may look different, talk different, dress different, have different interests… but, just because we’re ‘different’ doesn’t mean that we don’t have the same core values,” Sturch said in a statement shared with Fox News. “It’s about respect, love, kindness, and a desire to serve others.”