While most three-year-olds are learning about shapes and colors, one boy in Scottsboro is understanding the true meaning of philanthropy.
Jase Teague won a bicycle from Western Sizzlin and instead of taking it out for a spin, he decided to give it away.
His father, Jason, told WAAY 31, his son insisted on donating the bike to Relay for Life to help cancer patients. "The Relay for Life was advertised in Scottsboro and he saw an advertisement and asked what it was," said Jason.
The proud father said his son is fully aware of the generous act and just wants to make others happy.
Jase is described as the "miracle baby." The Teagues were told by doctors they had a 1-percent chance of conceiving. His dad went on to say, Jase is full of joy and laughter.
Great job, Jase and thank you for your generous spirit!
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