It wasn’t all bad
▪ Biker crews aren’t typically known for their gentler side, but one all-female club is burning rubber for a good cause. The “milk riders” of New York City’s Sirens Motorcycle Club deliver muchneeded breast milk to newborns and preemies in hospitals and homes across the city. The bikers are on call at all hours and weave through traffic to dispatch donations from the New York Milk Bank. “They are a fabulous group,” says the milk bank’s founder, Julie Bouchet-Horwitz. “They’re always there to help.”
▪ A Bolivian monastery has added a furry, four-legged brother to its ranks. The dog, Friar Bigotón, whose name means Friar Mustache in English, was a stray living on the streets of Cochabamba until the monks adopted him four months ago. Hoping to inspire other monand running around the monastery’s grounds. “He is a creature of God,” he says.
▪ Haitian immigrant Denis Estimon remembers how isolated he felt when he first immigrated to the U.S. Now a popular senior at Boca Raton Community High School, Estimon is making sure no other student ever has to sit alone at lunchtime. Estimon has started a club call yourself,” said Estimon, of his own experience. “That’s something that I don’t want anybody to go through.” ■