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Feel-good story roundup

Sam LaRocca
Created: March 25, 2020 07:11 PM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — During this stressful time, we are seeing many signs of hope and love. 

I wanted to see what acts of kindness we have around Rochester. I have seen everything from buildings being lit up, to signs on front lawns. Here is some positivity to get you through.

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The faculty and staff at a school in Penfield made an awesome sign showing how much they miss everyone in the classrooms. 

Rochester Regional Health tweeted out a drawing from Olivia, whose mom works at Unity Hospital and she says nurses are superheroes.

Donuts Delite has a sweet way of sharing support for the doctor on the front lines of the crisis. They are now selling Dr. Fauci donuts, for Dr. Anthony Fauci. He's a member of the White House Task Force.

A viewer, Kelsey Persons, sent in photos from memory care patients at the landing of Brighton. These patients are spreading the love and positive vibes to the community.

A boy named Jackson does the weather report from his home every day. This is keeping him busy while being inside.

Ashley Eberhardt got an awesome shot from Canandaigua Lake, a runner showing the love for his country during a tough time.

Lastly, Deanna Dewberry’s neighbors threw a social distancing party. They made sure they were at least 6 feet apart and kept their distance but they were still able to see their friends and enjoy each other! 

If you have a feel-good story you want to share send it to me at slarocca@whec.com I would love to hear from you!


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