Kim's Kids: Troy is looking for a Big Brother to create memories - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

First Alert Weather Day

Kim's Kids: Troy is looking for a Big Brother to create memories and a lasting bond with

(Source: WAFF) (Source: WAFF)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Troy is a normal 10-year-old boy. He is inquisitive and friendly and with a huge smile.  

He enjoys most sports but especially basketball.And he is quick to tell you about his favorite player, Lebron James.

"I just like his shoes and he was the top player  in 2014," said Troy.

Troy also likes like to play video games on occasion. He enjoys school and is particularly drawn to science. He has big plans to become a scientist one day.

"I want to make something that will clean stuff and keep bugs away. Cause I see a lot of bugs and I don't like them," Troy said.

Troy has had two Big Brothers in the past. One moved away and the other Big's work schedule will not allow for him to continue with the program. Troy desperately wants another Big Brother, and his needs are simple.

"We could just spend a lot more time together," said Troy.

If he had his choice, he would like to do something active like visit a local trampoline business. In fact, his face lit up when he was talking about what all you can do there.

"It's like a trampoline place. It has a dodge ball court and a ball pit. Well, not ball pit it's cubes."

Troy is the middle child in a family of boys. He is bright, and energetic and gets along well with other children. All he needs is a Big Brother of his own. One who can be in it for the long haul.

Creating memories and a lasting bond. Are you the Big Brother Troy is looking for?

Copyright 2016 WAFF. All rights reserved.

Report an Error | Submit a Tip to WAFF 48

  • NewsMore>>

  • Amber Alert canceled for Pickens County boy

    Amber Alert canceled for Pickens County boy

    Saturday, March 25 2017 6:31 PM EDT2017-03-25 22:31:56 GMT

    Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has CANCELLED the Amber Alert for 11-month-old Christian Clay Perkins. 

    More >>

    Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has CANCELLED the Amber Alert for 11-month-old Christian Clay Perkins. 

    More >>
  • David: Showers and storms ongoing across the Valley

    David: Showers and storms ongoing across the Valley

    Saturday, March 25 2017 5:50 PM EDT2017-03-25 21:50:37 GMT

    Showers and storms will be ongoing across the Valley this evening. The most widespread rain will be over northeastern AL, but additional scattered storms will track into the Shoals from the west. That round of stormy weather will head east with time and should be out of the Valley after midnight. The threat for severe storms is low, but a few strong storms are possible. 

    More >>

    Showers and storms will be ongoing across the Valley this evening. The most widespread rain will be over northeastern AL, but additional scattered storms will track into the Shoals from the west. That round of stormy weather will head east with time and should be out of the Valley after midnight. The threat for severe storms is low, but a few strong storms are possible. 

    More >>
  • New details released in Guntersville double shooting

    New details released in Guntersville double shooting

    Saturday, March 25 2017 2:07 PM EDT2017-03-25 18:07:30 GMT
    Guntersville police say two people were shot at this mobile home area on Edmonds Road. (Source: WAFF)Guntersville police say two people were shot at this mobile home area on Edmonds Road. (Source: WAFF)

    The Guntersville Police Department have released news details on a double shooting late Friday afternoon that left one man dead.

    The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m., when police from multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a 911 call reporting two people had been shot on Edmonds Road.

    More >>

    The Guntersville Police Department have released news details on a double shooting late Friday afternoon that left one man dead.

    The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m., when police from multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a 911 call reporting two people had been shot on Edmonds Road.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly