Unlike most gangs, the ButterCream gang does good deeds. Their leader, Pete, has to go live with his aunt in Chicago. But things don't go well in Chicago and Pete is changed when he returns. Soon Pete is hanging around with the wrong crowd. But the remaining members of the gang, especially their new leader Scott, refuse to give up on their friend Pete. Written by
Joe McCauley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Good kids, small-town fun, and unconditional love for a struggling friend.
Did You Know?
Hey, Aunt Maria.
Well, hey, Pete. How'd you do in school today?
Fantastic. Got an A on the old history report.
Pete, that's great. You know, if your parents were alive, they'd be so proud of you. Oh, you got a letter from Scott today. He's your friend, right?
Yeah, he's the best.
Dreams Of A Better Day
Music & Lyrics by Kurt Bestor
Performed by Judd Maher
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