Four veterans facing homelessness now have their own place. A Tiny Home for Good unveiled the 300-square-foot tiny homes for the homeless vets last Friday night. The organization also teamed up with 8th graders from Jordan-Elbridge, to raise money to make the homes more energy efficient. The kids have raised thousands of dollars for solar panels to be installed on the tiny homes. If you want to help them get those solar panel,s we have a link on our Facebook page.
A shipwrecked couple was rescued after writing “HELP” in the sand. The couple was on a fishing trip when waves close to 17-feet high threw them overboard and washed them on shore of an island. Just like in a movie, hey thought to write “HELP” in big letters in the sand, so recuse teams could see them easier and save them. The couple was stranded for eight hours, but it could have been a lot longer if it wasn’t for their quick thinking.
The boys varsity hockey team from the Florida school that had the tragic Valentine’s Day shooting that killed 17 people won the state championship. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School won the Florida state championship. They were an underdog, but beat the top-seeded team along the way to win it all. The boys are heading to Minnesota next to play in the National Championships. It’s a huge boost in moral for the school as they grieve and recover.
An officer helped fix a woman’s roof before an ice storm hit their town. Sgt. Brian Wessling saw a large hole in an elderly woman's roof. No one was around to help her fix it, so he grabbed his tools and some shingles and went to fix it himself. The woman was so thankful that Sgt. Wessling would go out of his way to fix the hole for free, and insure she was safe in her house.
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