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I retired inbut my relationship with Radio is as strong today as it has ever been. Linda and I continue to take care of his needs, seeing him at home and at school. We also take many trips together throughout the year, which Radio looks forward to with great anticipation. Radio is still a fixture at TL Hanna. He moves freely throughout the school handing out hugs and high fives.
He helps in the lunch room keeping students from "cutting the line," cleaning off tables and taking out the trash.
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It is "my job," he says. He still travels with and "coaches" the football, basketball, and boys soccer teams. Crowds from both TL Hanna and their opponents adore Radio, and there isn't a moment when fans aren't yelling for him: Come over here Radio. One common bond we both share is a desire to help others through service. Radio volunteers at the Haven of Rest a mens shelter.
He helps serve Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day. I am also on the board of the Outdoor Dream Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that sends terminally ill children on hunting, fishing and other outdoor trips all over the nation.
Radio and I have learned so much from each other over the years. Upon meeting Radio on the streets another day, Coach Jones asks Radio to visit and help at training. Coach Jones returns Radio to his home, where he meets Radio's mother. It is revealed that Radio has a brother named Walter, who does not live with them, and that their father died a few years prior.
Coach Jones begins spending more and more time with Radio, which concerns the fathers of many of the team members. One of the fathers in particular, Frank Clay, suggests that the coach should stop associating with Radio as he could be a distraction to his own son's success on the team.
Coach Jones resists, and he later reveals to his daughter that this resistance was partially due to a childhood incident in which Jones did not do anything to help a mentally disabled boy who was locked under a house.
While distributing Christmas presents to nearly everyone in the town, Radio is questioned by a police officer as to where he got the presents. The officer, seeing that Radio is unable to communicate properly and unaware of his mentally disabled state, places him under arrest on charges of possession of stolen property and takes him down to the police station. In fact, the presents had been given to Radio by the townspeople.
After the officer roughly locks up Radio in a jail cell, he looks for his information. The other officers, taking pity on Radio after seeing him cry, take him into the staff-room to watch a basketball game together.
Coach Jones soon arrives, releasing Radio. The offending officer is punished by having to spend the day with Radio to deliver the rest of the presents. Radio eventually takes classes in the high school, and it is apparent that he never completed a formal education.
After struggling, Radio eventually learns to read. Though well-liked by most of the students at school, Radio is still ridiculed by Frank's son Johnny and his friends.
On one occasion, Johnny tricks Radio into entering the girls locker room.
This triggers an incident with the School Board that puts Radio's ability to attend the high school at risk.