Wolf Print Award

Freedom Thursday (1 Aug 13)

 

Some great videos of people helping out….

 

 

 

The people in both of these videos put themselves at great risk, helping, DO NOT do this unless you are confident of your safety, and take appropriate precautions.  Following the Golden Rule,

DO UNTO OTHERS, AS YOU WISH TO BE DONE UNTO YOU.

Army Ranger rescues woman trapped in burning apartment

Courtesy of:  Fellowship of the Minds.  (Great website, BTW, check it out)

Army Ranger rescues woman trapped in burning apartment.

Yesterday, we awarded this month’s Wolfprint Award, we stand by that, but we add, Marcus Taylor is without a doubt, a hero.  Here at Dak’s Bays we are nothing if not adaptable, so with that thought, we have decided to make the Wolfprint Award an “as needed” award versus a monthly award, as incidents of heroism should be praised and rewarded (if one considers a Blogger’s Award a reward, nevertheless it is given with genuine admiration) whenever they occur, without any constraints.

The Wolf Print Award

The Wolf Print Award

Congratulations Mr. Marcus Taylor, you are an inspiration to us all, you bring great credit on yourself, the US Army, and the entire country with your brave, selfless actions, Keep up the Great Work.

Wolfprint Award for July 2013

The Wolf Print Award

The Wolf Print Award

 

The Wolfprint award for July of 2013 goes to Temar Boggs.  Yes I know it is only the middle of July but it is unlikely that Temar’s exploits will be surpassed this month, so without further ado…15 year old, Temar Boggs of Lancaster, Pennsylvania did more than aid law enforcement in locating kidnapped 5-year-old, Jocelyn Rojas, he rescued the little girl.  After he was informed that a young child was missing Temar, his friend, Chris Garcia and some other friends formed their own search party and went out looking for the young child.  Temar and his friends searched a creek bed area, and then returned to the police command center before setting out again this time with a tip from an elder gentleman about an unusual activities of a maroon automobile.  Temar and Chris spotted the maroon car and followed it, even though they did not need to, getting close enough for Temar to see the young girl in the car, and causing the suspect to stop and push her out, where she immediately ran to Temar and said she needed her mommy.  Temar immediately took her back to the police, and while she was initially reluctant to leave Temar, she was reunited with her parents.

Hero Temar Boggs and the young girl he rescued Jocelyn Rojas

Hero Temar Boggs and the young girl he rescued Jocelyn Rojas

From us here at Dak’s Bays, I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks to Temar and his friends, and congratulate him on winning this month’s Wolfprint Award.

 

More information @…Link

Great Job, keep up the awesome work.

Wolfprint Award for April 2013

The Wolf Print Award

The Wolf Print Award

The Wolfprint Award for April 2013 is a shared award it goes to the sisters, Hannah and Haylee Smith who saved their father Jeff Smith when an accident almost turned tragic.  It all started when the tractor Jeff was on flipped over and landed on him, crushing him under its weight, the sisters never hesitated when they rushed to his rescue, and lifted the tractor off their grateful father, just enough to save his life.  They then raced to the neighbor to get help.

A Picture of our heros and their father.

A Picture of our heros and their father.

 

Congratulations to Hannah and Haylee, you are an inspiration to all of us.  Keep up living your lives in such a kind and loving way.  Also congratulations to their father Jeff for raising such brave, loyal, and intelligent children.

 

For more information:  Link

The Wolf Print Award, March 2013

The Wolf Print Award

The Wolf Print Award

This month’s Wolf Print Award goes to….

Manuel Jurado,

an oxygen delivery man who rushed to the aid of an elderly woman who was caught in a fire, thereby saving her.  Thank You, Manuel, for being an inspiration, your bravery is a great example on how we should model ourselves, Keep up the good work.

[sorry I was unable to find a picture of our hero]

For More Information and an Interview with Mr. Jurado.  [Link]