Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Florida's Golden Boy Tim Tebow to the Rescue

Florida's Golden Boy Tim Tebow to the Rescue

As Florida begins its recovery from Hurricane Irma, Tim Tebow is doing his part to help victims and evacuees.

While he may be uplifting the people in the shelter, there was a World War II veteran who even uplifted Tebow's spirit.

Tebow, who is also a college-football analyst for ESPN, has a charity meant to help children in need.

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Governor Rick Scott and Tebow on Tuesday thanked volunteers and workers at the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee and then left to do the same in Lee County.

This past Monday, Tim Tebow took to his Twitter to post an inspirational message of hope.

Tebow empathized with those who have been impacted by the hurricane and encouraged his 4 million Twitter followers with prayer.

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Coming off his first year in the New York Mets' minor league, Tebow batted.226 with eight homers in 126 games.

"What's up Jacksonville and the state of Florida?" Just here at one of my neighbor's and friend's house.he has a tree going through his house. "So I know it's a tough time for so many people", he said. God's got a plan for everything, so keep trusting him.

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