Greenwood 7-year-old sews headbands to raise money for local charities

Good News Notes: “While most 7-year-olds are trying to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Andrew Medina of Greenwood has found a new hobby that allows him to help his community. ‘He loves fashion, he wanted to learn how to sew,’ said mom Nicole Medina. ‘He got a sewing machine for his birthday. He…

Local 10 year-old giving back to kids in need

Good News Notes: “Julianna Avery is just 10 years old and came up with the idea to give back to kids her age. It’s something she has been wanting to do for a long time.  ‘She has always had a heart to help people and so she decided she wanted to start raising money for…

Ramey Automotive donates car to blood donor

Good News Notes: “COVID-19 did not stop Ramey Automotive from awarding blood donors this year. Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, giving blood this year was more important than ever. Amanda Cash, the account manager for the American Red Cross said she believes seeing this first hand led to more people being willing to donate. ‘We’ve…

Bozeman community helps fire evacuees, animals

Good News Notes: “When the Bridger Foothills Fire started Friday, evacuation orders forced many residents out of their homes, with some people having nowhere to turn for themselves or their animals. The Bozeman community was ready to step up and help anyone who needed it. Chelsea Gable, owner of Park Your Paws in Livingston, knew…

Lincoln cheerleaders perform random acts of kindness

Good News Notes:  “The middle-school team went on a mission to do more than 400 acts of kindness continuing the momentum of El Paso Strong and honoring the lives of those lost in the tragedy. Initially, they set out to do 23 acts of kindness (one for each of the people who died during the…

Roseville to join quick response team to offer drug addicts help

Good News Notes: “The Roseville Police Department will become the second Macomb County law enforcement to team with substance abuse counselors to make house calls to encourage drug addicts enter a treatment program. Roseville city and police officials earlier this week announced their participation in COMEBACK-Quick Response Team to compassionately provide help and support for…

Tampa Bay Rays gift Pinellas County Urban League with $25,000 donation

Good News Notes: “A Tampa Bay area nonprofit just got a much-needed surprise from the Rays. The team’s $25,000 donation will go toward social justice initiatives and will help struggling workers and businesses. On Opening Day, the Rays made waves across the baseball world with a tweet on the death of Breonna Taylor, killed by…