Boy Uses PlayStation Money to Teach Neighbors About Fire Safety | The Good News – Yahoo Shine

Boy Uses PlayStation Money to Teach Neighbors About Fire Safety | The Good News – Yahoo Shine. when you’re a kid, having enough money to buy your favorite toy is a big deal’ h e c t o r…m o n t o y a of g r a n d.. p r a i r i e.. t e x a s, has spent the past few years saving his allowance + birthday money after accumulating $350, he decided he would purchase the $400 game console when he had socked away enough cash’ hector could’ t understand why the family didn’t have smoke detectors, t a n a n… m o n t o y a… hector’ s mother, tells yahoo shine’ a few days later , hector approached his mother with an idea’ the money hector had was enough to purchase 100 smoke detectors, which he + his mother planned to distribute around their n e i g h b o u r h o o d’ on Friday the fireman teamed up with hector + took him to each house to install the detectors, says m o n t o y a’ she added that many of the homes they visited didn’t have the two working smoke detectors required by law, including some homes occupied by e d e r l y people.

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Rare photo of slave children found in attic – US news | NBC News

  1. Rare photo of slave children found in attic – US news | NBC News. a haunting 150–year–old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black               child name john                                                                                                                                                    barefoot and wearing ragged                 clothes perch on a  barrel next to                                                                                                           another u n d i e n t i f i e d young boy’         the photo which may have been                     taken in the early 1860s.                                    2. it’s very difficult and poignant piece of  American history, he said’ in April,                the photo was found at a moving sale          in Charlotte, accompanied by a                    document detailing the sale of                       john for $ 1,150, not a small                            sum in 1854.