Escondido Girl, 10, Shares ‘Bucket Full of Kindness’ With Neighbors and Friends

Good News Notes:

“An elementary school student in Escondido, California, is using buckets filled with small, simple treats to carry a message of kindness across her community during these difficult days of the coronavirus pandemic.

About three weeks ago Sylvia, a 10-year-old student at Richmond Elementary School, started a project she calls ‘A Bucket Full of Kindness.’

Sylvia and her mom, Marie Huszarik, bought some plastic buckets and filled them with a few items such as candy, snacks, bubble wands, glow sticks, and puzzles. For a tiny bit of humor, they added a roll of toilet paper to the bottom of the buckets. It was a collection of items that might be nice to have for people staying at home under California’s coronavirus pandemic guidelines.”

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