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One person’s trash truly is another’s treasure.
Some of the Waste Management workforce in West Virginia, surprised a young fan in the Cross-Lanes, with a bunch of fun freebies, after becoming friends with him and on their way.
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The six-year-old, Noah, Cooper, waits patiently for Mark, Stephen, and Jacob, to retreat into the waste management truck, every Thursday, running out to say hello when he sees it pass by, WCHS reports.
Luke’s mother, Tracy, says he sets an alarm and turns off the SCREEN to the bottom, so that he could hear the truck coming.
Stephens and Anderson seem to be very keen on that, even on stopping the truck and hopping out to greet Noah when he was out.
“It’s so good. We have a couple of kids, but he’s probably the most excitable,” the man said.
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Last week, Noah surprised his friends with chocolate chip cookies and Wendy’s gift cards. Last Thursday, the Stephens, and Russell returned the favour by dropping off a bunch of sweet surprises, such as a toy truck, a computer, a pair of sunglasses, a hat, and a whole bunch of other fun gifts.
Mark, Stephen, and Jacob Yoder, shown here with their 6-year-old, Noah, Cooper, stopped by on Thursday with a lot of presents for their biggest fan.
(Tracy Of Canterbury, Cooper)
She also gave Noah a fold-up chair, so that he can have a place to sit down while he waits for the Window, and As the next week.
“It warms my heart,” Tracy, previously told WCHS, adding that her son, who has autism, it’s just “more to love” for them.
“He hugs the garbage men, to the grocery clerks — and a very sweet child,” she said.
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Noah was not the only young fan of the solid waste management crew members: A mom in Michigan, recently celebrated her son’s 4th birthday by hosting a surprise visit from the Waste Management team will be in Battle Creek.