TSU surprises La Marque Waffle House worker with scholarship

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If you need help, that's what I am here for, ' " the 18-year-old waitress said. Williams was reportedly working full-time at the Waffle House restaurant in order to earn money for college. Amid clanking plates, a sizzling grill and customers on the go, an elderly man timidly asked Williams to cut his ham. All because they saw a photo that another customer posted on her Facebook page.

"I'm thankful to have seen this act of kindness and caring at the start of my day while everything in this work seems so negative".

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"It was so busy in here, and she actually took the time to stop and hear what he had to say instead of walking past him".

The diner, identified as Laura Wolf, posted the photo on Facebook.

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"I was never raised to bash people. and was raised to try and help, and try and give", Williams told a local television station.

Williams was also honored by La Marque Mayor Bobby Hocking, who issued a day of honor for her service.

"It's something I would do any other day" she said. "Her act of kindness went viral on social media, and today Texas Southern University returned that act of kindness by surprising Evoni Williams with a scholarship", they said.

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A representative for the university said, "Your act of kindness is exactly the kind of student we want at Texas Southern University".

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