Members of the SU Men’s Basketball team wore T-shirts honoring the victims of last week's school shooting. When the Orange played at Miami this weekend, which is only 50 miles away from that horrific scene that unfolded Wednesday. Both teams wore shirts saying #MSDStrong for the victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school. The Orange won the game but the gesture was a classy won by both schools.
This 16-year-old Girl Scout has donated hundreds of boxes of Girl Scout cookies to @WomackAMC's blood donor center over the past 10 years and it's helping soldiers in the combat zone. Find out how tonight at 11 on #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/c3r3tjhYTd— Akilah Davis (@DavisABC11) February 14, 2018
A Girl Scout helped out in a big way at a blood drive by donating cookies. Over the past 10 years, Kalendis Hamilton of North Carolina has sold over 10,000 boxes of cookies. Each year, she makes it a point to deliver dozens of free boxes to Womack Army Medical Center's Blood Donor Center. The cookies are a big hit with the donors as the treats help replenish energy to those who donate. She knows it's important for donors to keep their blood sugar levels up and knows there isn’t a better way than with a girl scout cookie.
New studio apartments were opened for the homeless in Denver, Colorado. Thanks to St. John’s Cathedral and the St. Francis Center, 49 studio apartments, solely for the homeless, were opened and are soon to be filled. Each of the new studios are about 500-square feet and come completely furnished. Now these people can have a clean and warm place to sleep, have a residence to put on job applications, and feel like they are putting their lives back on track.
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