Photo by Sun StarFour Great Falls teenagers have proved that while their age group might get a bad rap for being music-blaring, text-crazy, lazy individuals, they’re still capable of doing good in the world, reports the Tribune.

They found a wallet with $700 inside from a newly-cashed paycheck, money that the owner, an 18-year-old, needed to pay his rent.

Although the four teens, ages 13-14, imagined everything they could do with the money, in the end they decided to “do a good deed.”

(READ the story from the Great Falls Tribune)

Thanks to Chris Cloud for submitting the story! – File photo by Sun Star

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