CAMP HILL, CUMBERLAND COUNTY—A lot of people might ask, what would a kid do with $200?
But one Pay it Forward giver wants to give the money to an 11-year-old girl from Camp Hill.
"She's one of those understanding people who works hard and she is not obnoxious, she doesn't get a lot of attention paid to her because of obnoxious things that she does and I find those people get overlooked," said Pay it Forward giver, Laura Shemick.
Laura Shemick teaches Judo, and 11-year-old Elizabeth Miller is a student that she said is diligent, always giving to others, and always has her head in a book.
"She might have been a little different had she lived in one place all of her life," said Shemick.
It's hard to see little Elizabeth's struggle but as a daughter of a Marine, she sacrifices all the time, moving all the time.
Elizabeth was speechless to find her Judo instructor presenting her with $200.
She said though she has moved from place to place, she is proud of her father.
"It's hardwork to keep the world at peace," said 11-year-old Elizabeth Miller.
"Family is part of it too, it's not just you as a service member, your whole family sacrifices," said Elizabeth's mother, Lynne Miller
Marine Scott Miller agrees,
"It's hard to put down roots anywhere because you never know, you have typically three years somewhere and then you are moving again."