<p>TAMPA, Fla. – Who says it doesn’t pay to be honest? Suncoast Teachers Federal Credit Union has joined others here in rewarding two teenagers for their honesty. Thirteen year-olds Jarvarious Jones and Oscar Carter found four envelopes stuffed with $4,000 cash and turned it in to an assistant principal at Greco Middle School. Stunned Chicago resident Andrew Pride, who had written off any hopes of ever seeing it again, claimed the money. The two middle school students have become local heroes and the community is showering them equally with praise and gifts. The teens will not only throw out the first pitch at a Tampa Devil Rays baseball game, but Suncoast Teachers FCU has handed them bicycles and helmets, Tampa Bay Storm arena football tickets and $100 each. As for Pride, ignoring the boys’ protests he took Carter out for a weekend shopping spree and gave money to Jones.</p>

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