It’s natural for younger kids to get excited about the little things in life — from earning a small amount for their allowance to getting a good grade on a paper they truly worked hard for.
And just as children get easily thrilled about both large and small accomplishments, they also get excited and inspired by those who motivate them to reach those goals each and every day.
Take this little boy, for example, who worked hard to make a jersey on behalf of his favorite soccer player. Then 11 months later, he got to meet his hero — what a dream come true!
In the video below, you’ll see a local hero inspire many kids in one room. The Boys & Girls Club in New Britain, Connecticut, was organizing their annual holiday party when they decided to bring in a different form of entertainment for the children at the school. Instead of a magician or clown, they decided to call the local police department.
On January 2, 2017, in walked Officer Matt Sulek, and the kids were very excited to see that he showed up! But he had another trick up his sleeve, and once the music in the gymnasium started to blast, he couldn’t keep it a secret anymore!
And the best part? The kids jumped right in to join the cop in all the fun!
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