Buffalo High School Senior Rewarded With Car & Scholarship for Cleaning Up Neighborhood After Protest

A good dead certainly goes a long way. CNN reports that high school senior, Antonio Gwynn Jr. took to the streets of Buffalo, NY with a broom and garbage bags following a protest. He started cleaning at 2 am and spent 10 hours doing so.

Gwynn’s act of kindness was noticed by a number of people, most notably, Medaille College. Upon hearing the news, the Buffalo institution offered him a full scholarship. To add icing on the cake, his good deed also caught the attention of Matt Block. Block gifted Antonio with his red Mustang.

With a full college scholarship and a new car, Antonio Gwynn, Jr. is set to begin his college career in the fall.

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#TSRTeensPositiveImages: #AntonioGwynnJr , a 18-year-old took to the streets of Buffalo, New York at 2 am with just a broom and a few trash bags to clean following the protest. ____________________________________ Antonio expressed to @cnn , that he was moved to clean up because it’s something his late mom would’ve done. ____________________________________ Once Matt Block saw Antonio’s story he was eager to bless him with his prized 2004 Red Mustang Convertible. It turned out that this gift would hold a even more special meaning as Antonio revealed that his mother, who passed away in 2018 had owned the same kind of car. ____________________________________ Antonio story gets even better , as a local businessman decided to step in cover his insurance for 1 year. Antonio was also offered a full ride to Medile College where he plans to study business in the fall ! ____________________________________ Antonio is grateful and he’s been using this blessing to spoil his aunt , pay her rent , and help his family who has been there for him !❤️ ( 🎥: @cnn )

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