A moment caught on camera at Tom Lee Park is warming hearts, old and young, around Memphis.
In the photo, two young men help an older woman as she tries to play Pokemon Go. According to the post, the men are both part of Team Valor, or the Red Team.
The photo received hundreds of likes and dozens of shares on Facebook after it was posted to a group for Pokemon Go players in the area
Commenters added that it shows the true spirit of both Pokemon Go and Memphis-- strangers helping strangers and people coming together to have fun.
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