Matthew Sarim, left, with school resource officer Katrina Lloyd and Robert Gonzalez. Matthew won a new bike through a Sequoia Middle School contest, but he decided to give it to his friend, Robert, who did not have a bike.
Matthew Sarim, left, with school resource officer Katrina Lloyd and Robert Gonzalez. Matthew won a new bike through a Sequoia Middle School contest, but he decided to give it to his friend, Robert, who did not have a bike. FRESNO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Matthew Sarim, left, with school resource officer Katrina Lloyd and Robert Gonzalez. Matthew won a new bike through a Sequoia Middle School contest, but he decided to give it to his friend, Robert, who did not have a bike. FRESNO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

His good grades earned him a new bike. Then he gave it to his friend who didn’t have one.

April 04, 2017 04:11 PM

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