Wheelchair-Bound Teen Stands for the American Flag

The professional athletes who will not stand in honor of our nation should go to other countries of the world and see if they can earn millions of dollars a year in their economies. It would not work! 1 John 4:3

Reclaim Our Republic

 22 Oct 2016 by Katherine Rodriguez

A teenager bound to a wheelchair hoisted himself up to pay homage to the American flag while watching a homecoming parade in Florida.

Arek Trenholm used his arms to rise out of the wheelchair as the junior ROTC walked by waving red, white, and blue flags, WABC reported.

Trenholm, 16, was born with spina bifida, which impairs the development of the spinal cord. He has been wheelchair-bound for the past ten years of his life.

He happened to be watching the parade in front of his uncle’s photography studio in Leesburg, where his uncle captured the moment on camera and shared it on Facebook:

“My sister just called out, ‘He’s standing!’ And instantly, I knew what he was doing,” his uncle Myron Leggett said.

Leggett received many comments on Facebook applauding Arek for his display of respect.

“He didn’t have to do that…

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