With Memorial Day coming, the annual Watchfire event needs your help. If you have a worn or torn flag, drop it off at any Onondaga County library so that it can be burned, properly, in the watchfire. The event, which always draws a big crowd, honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice and is on Sunday, May 27 at the Fairgrounds.
More of The Good Stuff...
A Kansas middle-schooler chose good sportsmanship over winning. While running hurdles, Sam Silverstein was in second place behind Lauren Robinson. Both runners hit the last hurdle and fell to the track. Silverstein got back on her feet first and could have taken the lead and won, but instead stopped and reached her hand down to Robinson. The girls finished the meet together, at the back of the pack, but showed everyone what sportsmanship is all about. Watch the video below!
It's prom season, and one high school student named Morgan had a great big surprise for her date. She has not been able to walk without assistance for 10 months, but when her date arrived she walked right up to him… no help needed. He was shocked and wrapped her up in a huge hug, which was captured on video (below) and is on our website. That wasn't it for Morgan either, as she would later be named prom queen.
After not being able to walk with my own two legs for 10 months... i surprised my prom date with this💛✨ pic.twitter.com/rKLoCoxZRL— MoMo (@aeonianlife) April 28, 2018