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Wednesday marked the last day of school for students in Anderson County and they celebrated by surprising a staff member with a special gift.
They gave janitor Ricky Spaulding enough money to see his family stationed overseas. Excited students and staff poured into the Anderson County High School gym for a pep rally which was the part of the cover for the surprise.
"They said they had a spill and of course that's my job so I went to clean the spill up," Spaulding said.
But instead of a mess, they presented him with a bag of money the students had collected totaling $1,900.
"My son is stationed in Italy and we are going to see him," Spaulding said. "Words can't describe the joy that I feel right now."
originally posted by: ItCameFromOuterSpace
a reply to: snarky412
Nice! I thought it was going to be a severed head or something.
Janitors are the real backbone of any institution.
originally posted by: Brotherman
a reply to: TinfoilTP
thats why i dont buy girl scout cookies from hookers when im done with them, something about it seems there but at the same time not right like the money isn't going to better scouting
I am jk but thought your post most appropriate and as a cynic myself pretty bang on
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
IRS will probably hit him with gift tax and fine the school for illegal fundraising.