Henderson resident Connor Fields proves time and time again why he's a true Olympian.
Two days after he returned home from the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janiero, he visited a child by the name of Charlie Mendoza. Fields met Charlie about three years ago after he had brain surgery.
Charlie was fighting brain cancer, so he had to have surgery on his brain to remove a tumor.
However, the surgery paralyzed him. Fields said he received a call from Charlie's dad, Mr. Mendoza, asking him to come to their house and hang out with Charlie to get his spirits up.
Fields said after hanging out with Charlie, he told him, "when you can walk again, I'm going to teach you how to ride a bike."
Charlie's father said the day Fields left his house his son went from crawling to walking. Now, Charlie is in the 5th grade, walking and thriving at Green Valley Christian Academy... Read More