A Carroll County resident is assisting veterans by donating walking sticks for free

Carroll County Maryland
@Deepizzaguy (14465)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
April 2, 2018 6:37pm CST
David Bailey is what you would call an unsung hero since he has this desire to assist disabled veterans, firemen and police officer by donating free of charge his wooden sticks. Bailey who uses the nickname "Stick Man" since he is disabled himself is doing this act of charity to give away the free wooden walking canes as a way of thanking the brave men and women in the county who risk their lives to save the lives of others. Bailey sells the wooden walking sticks to consumers who need them, the money he makes from the sales of his walking sticks goes to veteran groups free of charge. The only way that Bailey will donate his wooden walking sticks for free is that a police officer, fireman or veteran can prove that they are disabled. With the good publicity that Bailey is getting from the social media, he is hoping that the residents of Carroll County can assist him in giving him old pieces of wood so can make give them away to disabled people who really need them. It is good to see that David did not allow his disability to get in the way of assisting other people in need.
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@JohnRoberts (61083)
• Los Angeles, California
3 Apr
That is a kind gesture.
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@Deepizzaguy (14465)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
3 Apr
It is nice of David to assist the real heroes in our nation.
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@FourWalls (14638)
• United States
3 Apr
That is so cool and so kind of him!!!
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@Deepizzaguy (14465)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
3 Apr
It is nice to see one person who cares for our veterans, firefighters and police officers who are disabled.
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@thelme55 (14930)
• Germany
3 Apr
That is a kind gesture. Kudos to him.
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@Deepizzaguy (14465)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
12 Apr
That is what makes people great. Assisting others.
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