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  • Walking over a bridge after a family trip to the lake, in Folsom, Calif. Our daughter Abigail had to stop and get a picture showing how she feels about America. We are a couple of proud parents!
    Walking over a bridge after a family trip to the lake, in Folsom, Calif. Our daughter Abigail had to stop and get a picture showing how she feels about America. We are a couple of proud parents!
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  • Happy Father's Day Dad! We love you.
    Happy Father's Day Dad! We love you.
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  • Our 6-month-old Rasheeda by proud Grandma
    Our 6-month-old Rasheeda by proud Grandma
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  • Hello, I hope everyone is enjoying their day and is safe and healthy during these trying times. I wanted to submit my son's class of 2020 photos. l'd like to show special recognition as he is the class of 2020 and the first quarantine class! We celebrated by having all family members drive by the front yard and honk. He is my only son and he will be heading to the Navy next.
    Hello, I hope everyone is enjoying their day and is safe and healthy during these trying times. I wanted to submit my son's class of 2020 photos. l'd like to show special recognition as he is the class of 2020 and the first quarantine class! We celebrated by having all family members drive by the front yard and honk. He is my only son and he will be heading to the Navy next.
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  • God Bless America Baby
    God Bless America Baby
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    Mary Lanier
  • A little graduation fun. Father and not so little baby boy retake photo 17 years later. Hats off to the class of 2020. Congrats scotty kassab we are so proud of you love mom. Lisa Dean
    A little graduation fun. Father and not so little baby boy retake photo 17 years later. Hats off to the class of 2020. Congrats scotty kassab we are so proud of you love mom. Lisa Dean
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  • Hi my daughter Abby was supposed to have a ceremony for Adelphi University on May 20th 2020. The reason I am writing to you is because she has worked so hard and is graduating a year early and not only graduating 10 ten in her class majoring in psychology ! We are so proud of her and all class if 2020 graduates! Her sister Peyton is also a 2020 graduate from Salk middle school. I would really like to do something to honor these 2 sisters and since you are our absolute favorite news family , I was wondering if your going to do any segments on GRADUATS of 2020 maybe you could show there photos! Thank you so much for your wonderful fox family news !!
    Hi my daughter Abby was supposed to have a ceremony for Adelphi University on May 20th 2020. The reason I am writing to you is because she has worked so hard and is graduating a year early and not only graduating 10 ten in her class majoring in psychology ! We are so proud of her and all class if 2020 graduates! Her sister Peyton is also a 2020 graduate from Salk middle school. I would really like to do something to honor these 2 sisters and since you are our absolute favorite news family , I was wondering if your going to do any segments on GRADUATS of 2020 maybe you could show there photos! Thank you so much for your wonderful fox family news !!
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  • Life after quarantine #newhaircut #brothers
    Life after quarantine #newhaircut #brothers
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  • Check out this fantastic show of patriotism from a central Ohio developer, Preferred Living.
    Check out this fantastic show of patriotism from a central Ohio developer, Preferred Living.
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  • Hello! I am sending you a picture of a group of girls who all love President Trump and who are currently in Cape Canaveral, Florida to watch their family member/ friend go to space on Wednesday! We thought since President Trump will be there it was appropriate and since our family member/ friend is Astronaut Doug Hurley! We wanted to show support on this Memorial Day weekend to our President, our country, our NASA employees, Space X, and our friend/family Doug Hurley! Thank you for all you do. We love Fox News! Best, Alexis Stoddard
    Hello! I am sending you a picture of a group of girls who all love President Trump and who are currently in Cape Canaveral, Florida to watch their family member/ friend go to space on Wednesday! We thought since President Trump will be there it was appropriate and since our family member/ friend is Astronaut Doug Hurley! We wanted to show support on this Memorial Day weekend to our President, our country, our NASA employees, Space X, and our friend/family Doug Hurley! Thank you for all you do. We love Fox News! Best, Alexis Stoddard
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  • Front Line Sewing AngelsI was just a MOM trying to make a difference on the front lines for my daughter who had no PPE. Now 35,000 masks later, with teams of MOMs sewing around the clock we are working with battered women's shelters, homeless shelters and now hearing disabled (making masks with see through mouths). After 10 weeks we are still going strong A mothers passion became my grassroots effort to help out -
    Front Line Sewing AngelsI was just a MOM trying to make a difference on the front lines for my daughter who had no PPE. Now 35,000 masks later, with teams of MOMs sewing around the clock we are working with battered women's shelters, homeless shelters and now hearing disabled (making masks with see through mouths). After 10 weeks we are still going strong A mothers passion became my grassroots effort to help out -
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  • This is a picture of my granddaughter and her cat looking through the window at each other
    This is a picture of my granddaughter and her cat looking through the window at each other
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  • Hello Fox News! I wanted to share with you some photos of our family supporting my wife and I as we eagerly waited for our first child, Gracie Sage DuBois to be born! She made her arrival at 1:04AM on May 19, 2020. Our family showed up to the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, CO on May 18, 2020 at roughly 3:00PM for the anticipation of her arrival. Due to COVID-19, they were not allowed in the hospital, therefore they setup their ‘tail-gate’ directly across from our second level room on the top level of the parking garage. This act of support, was truly a moral booster for my wife and I. The entirety of the pregnancy was not an “easy” one for several health reasons. So when COVID-19 came to the U.S., and swept through every State and City, it certainly did not make things easier - knowing our support would not be able to be with us during this monumental moment! However, they came through BIG TIME. I found myself looking over at their setup every 10 minutes or so, giving me a big ole smile. During there several hours of tailgating, they gathered all the chalk they could find around town and wrote everything they wanted to say to us and Gracie on the parking garage precast concrete. I am so thankful for their support during these crazy, unexpected times. And it will make a really special story I will tell to our little girl one day! Thank you, David DuBois
    Hello Fox News! I wanted to share with you some photos of our family supporting my wife and I as we eagerly waited for our first child, Gracie Sage DuBois to be born! She made her arrival at 1:04AM on May 19, 2020. Our family showed up to the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, CO on May 18, 2020 at roughly 3:00PM for the anticipation of her arrival. Due to COVID-19, they were not allowed in the hospital, therefore they setup their ‘tail-gate’ directly across from our second level room on the top level of the parking garage. This act of support, was truly a moral booster for my wife and I. The entirety of the pregnancy was not an “easy” one for several health reasons. So when COVID-19 came to the U.S., and swept through every State and City, it certainly did not make things easier - knowing our support would not be able to be with us during this monumental moment! However, they came through BIG TIME. I found myself looking over at their setup every 10 minutes or so, giving me a big ole smile. During there several hours of tailgating, they gathered all the chalk they could find around town and wrote everything they wanted to say to us and Gracie on the parking garage precast concrete. I am so thankful for their support during these crazy, unexpected times. And it will make a really special story I will tell to our little girl one day! Thank you, David DuBois
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  • Sebastian and Alexander from New Jersey
    Sebastian and Alexander from New Jersey
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  • Hello! This is a photo I recently took of my duck (Kiki) and my dog (Peanut), they really are best friends!! They love to run together! Thought it could bring a smile to the people’s faces!! Hope you enjoy! Sierra Franco
    Hello! This is a photo I recently took of my duck (Kiki) and my dog (Peanut), they really are best friends!! They love to run together! Thought it could bring a smile to the people’s faces!! Hope you enjoy! Sierra Franco
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  • So grateful for bus drivers and VOTRAN for suspending fares. Means a lot!! These Drivers are so caring and compassionate!! They are driving regular routes with regular customers and have been just Amazing!! Thank You VOTRAN Drivers. You are AWESOME!!!!
    So grateful for bus drivers and VOTRAN for suspending fares. Means a lot!! These Drivers are so caring and compassionate!! They are driving regular routes with regular customers and have been just Amazing!! Thank You VOTRAN Drivers. You are AWESOME!!!!
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  • Daughter enjoying Upper Michigan parks being open. In a world that seems broken... finding the light 😊 Photo at Crystal Lake Park in Iron Mountain, MI. Lily Villringer in the Upper Peninsula
    Daughter enjoying Upper Michigan parks being open. In a world that seems broken... finding the light 😊 Photo at Crystal Lake Park in Iron Mountain, MI. Lily Villringer in the Upper Peninsula
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  • While social distancing in kayaks on beautiful Luna Lake in Alpine Arizona We saw this bald eagle in flight! What a majestic reminder of what a great country America is! America truly is “the beautiful! Daniel Rachoy
    While social distancing in kayaks on beautiful Luna Lake in Alpine Arizona We saw this bald eagle in flight! What a majestic reminder of what a great country America is! America truly is “the beautiful! Daniel Rachoy
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  • Hi to all of the people on the FIVE. Thought you would enjoy my picture of my helper Jackson. He thinks I can't work without him. Love your show I watch it everyday. Paula from Covington Twp Pa
    Hi to all of the people on the FIVE. Thought you would enjoy my picture of my helper Jackson. He thinks I can't work without him. Love your show I watch it everyday. Paula from Covington Twp Pa
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  • WWII Vet, Alan E Frey former Hell’s Angel of 303rd bomb group Celebrating Flag Day
    WWII Vet, Alan E Frey former Hell’s Angel of 303rd bomb group Celebrating Flag Day
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  • Almost 2 year old Mackenzie May wade saluting our flag on flag day at happy day farms at the start of raspberry picking season
    Almost 2 year old Mackenzie May wade saluting our flag on flag day at happy day farms at the start of raspberry picking season
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  • Hello, My mother, Carol Lynch, is the biggest Fox News follower, so I thought I would send this loving photo of her during the Covid crisis. She came to visit myself and her grand-doggie Savannah during the Covid-19 social distancing orders. I thought this was a beautiful photo showing the love between a.Grandmother and her grand-doggie through a window. Priceless!! ❤️ All the best during these trying time! Deborah Tierney
    Hello, My mother, Carol Lynch, is the biggest Fox News follower, so I thought I would send this loving photo of her during the Covid crisis. She came to visit myself and her grand-doggie Savannah during the Covid-19 social distancing orders. I thought this was a beautiful photo showing the love between a.Grandmother and her grand-doggie through a window. Priceless!! ❤️ All the best during these trying time! Deborah Tierney
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  • My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine.
    My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine.
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  • I cannot see my grandparents or almost 90 year old great grandparents ..my name is MOSES and I arrived January 30, 2020. Just in time to part the way for change! I can only see my big brother Mario he has informed me we are part of the "D" so I'm here to represent. Hello world!
    I cannot see my grandparents or almost 90 year old great grandparents ..my name is MOSES and I arrived January 30, 2020. Just in time to part the way for change! I can only see my big brother Mario he has informed me we are part of the "D" so I'm here to represent. Hello world!
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  • My grandchildren surprised me with this wonderful social distancing visit! Lynda Volesky Briggsville, WI
    My grandchildren surprised me with this wonderful social distancing visit! Lynda Volesky Briggsville, WI
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  • My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine.
    My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine.
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  • This is what the USA is really about...my grandson leaving his pool to watch the space launch Waiting for the astronauts to launch. “I’m just so excited!!” He keeps whispering
    This is what the USA is really about...my grandson leaving his pool to watch the space launch Waiting for the astronauts to launch. “I’m just so excited!!” He keeps whispering
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  • Attached are a few of the many staff members at Hillcrest Hospital working many hours to help save lives........
    Attached are a few of the many staff members at Hillcrest Hospital working many hours to help save lives........
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  • While taking my morning walk, I notices the following picture painted on a resident’s driveway in Ft Washington Md
    While taking my morning walk, I notices the following picture painted on a resident’s driveway in Ft Washington Md
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  • Millville New jersey had a beautiful rainbow to cheer everyone up during these times !!! Cydney Taylor
    Millville New jersey had a beautiful rainbow to cheer everyone up during these times !!! Cydney Taylor
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  • THE WALL OF HOPE 2020 We have wanted to do this project for long time and on one day during the stay at home order we decided to do it as our neighbors were passing by complementing us on the project we began to invite them them to paint a brick. It spread from neighbors on our block to as far as 5 blocks away. Kids teenagers, adults and families all contributed to its making. No matter your color, religion or country.......We are all in this together and one day our world will be a better place because of it. Best Regards, Betty Ortega Miami Florida
    THE WALL OF HOPE 2020 We have wanted to do this project for long time and on one day during the stay at home order we decided to do it as our neighbors were passing by complementing us on the project we began to invite them them to paint a brick. It spread from neighbors on our block to as far as 5 blocks away. Kids teenagers, adults and families all contributed to its making. No matter your color, religion or country.......We are all in this together and one day our world will be a better place because of it. Best Regards, Betty Ortega Miami Florida
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  • Hoping this gets put on the show. We took the turkey (named Big Man) for a ride. He was, surprisingly, well-behaved and quite enjoyed his trip. He hopes to ride again sometime after this coronavirus is over!
    Hoping this gets put on the show. We took the turkey (named Big Man) for a ride. He was, surprisingly, well-behaved and quite enjoyed his trip. He hopes to ride again sometime after this coronavirus is over!
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  • America together ! Michaels of Brooklyn donating Tomato sauce to FedEx workers!
    America together ! Michaels of Brooklyn donating Tomato sauce to FedEx workers!
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  • These six boys from Hartland, Wisconsin have been friends and class-mates since grade school. Four of them met in kindergarten. They never imagined their high school graduation would look so different. Left to right…. Marc Scaringi, Jon Oury, A.J. Hevrdejs, George Case, Adam Allen and Connor Renner.
    These six boys from Hartland, Wisconsin have been friends and class-mates since grade school. Four of them met in kindergarten. They never imagined their high school graduation would look so different. Left to right…. Marc Scaringi, Jon Oury, A.J. Hevrdejs, George Case, Adam Allen and Connor Renner.
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  • While taking my morning walk, I notices the following picture painted on a resident’s driveway in Ft Washington Md
    While taking my morning walk, I notices the following picture painted on a resident’s driveway in Ft Washington Md
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  • Front Line Sewing AngelsI was just a MOM trying to make a difference on the front lines for my daughter who had no PPE. Now 35,000 masks later, with teams of MOMs sewing around the clock we are working with battered women's shelters, homeless shelters and now hearing disabled (making masks with see through mouths). After 10 weeks we are still going strong A mothers passion became my grassroots effort to help out -
    Front Line Sewing AngelsI was just a MOM trying to make a difference on the front lines for my daughter who had no PPE. Now 35,000 masks later, with teams of MOMs sewing around the clock we are working with battered women's shelters, homeless shelters and now hearing disabled (making masks with see through mouths). After 10 weeks we are still going strong A mothers passion became my grassroots effort to help out -
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  • Bria lynch from Betty H. Fairfax highschool class of 2020 I would appreciate it if she can be put on the news as a surprise for her she’s so sad her graduation got canceled she was so happy to finally graduate and be finished In school and move on to her career and her nana, Aunt and cousin are so proud of her and hope she goes far in life !
    Bria lynch from Betty H. Fairfax highschool class of 2020 I would appreciate it if she can be put on the news as a surprise for her she’s so sad her graduation got canceled she was so happy to finally graduate and be finished In school and move on to her career and her nana, Aunt and cousin are so proud of her and hope she goes far in life !
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  • My name is Heather Roman Age 24 In the midst of this pandemic and all the scary things happening around us, I asked some of my cousins to participate in a project we called “We’re all in this together” to spread love and kindness and to let others know they are never alone, God is always with us. May everyone stay safe and continue to spread the love and kindness that this world so desperately needs, not just during this time but even when this pandemic is over, always and forever. Let’s be the light!
    My name is Heather Roman Age 24 In the midst of this pandemic and all the scary things happening around us, I asked some of my cousins to participate in a project we called “We’re all in this together” to spread love and kindness and to let others know they are never alone, God is always with us. May everyone stay safe and continue to spread the love and kindness that this world so desperately needs, not just during this time but even when this pandemic is over, always and forever. Let’s be the light!
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  • My 6 years old Ender graduation from kindergarten at home today!!! Maggie Gil
    My 6 years old Ender graduation from kindergarten at home today!!! Maggie Gil
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  • My son, Wyatt Kirby, is a senior at Avon Grove High School in West Grove, PA in Southern Chester County. He has been fortunate enough to still be able to see his girlfriend,Morgan Malchionne, a junior at Avon Grove High School, through this quarantined time. I decided to throw them a prom in our garage to change the monotony of the days and bring some much needed smiles and normalcy to their lives and to celebrate them. Wyatt wrote her an invitation and she accepted to attend on Saturday, May 9th at 3:30 for their quarantined prom where memories will be made to last them a lifetime. Wyatt picked her up in his dad's 1987, waxed and polished, Chevrolet truck for the night of their lives. The garage was set up for a night of fun and romance with my husband and I serving them mozzarella stick appetizers, a main course meal of enchiladas, corn and refried beans, and ended with cake and klondike bars for dessert. A photo booth compiled of old halloween wigs and hats was set up and that seemed to be the highlight of the night. A dance floor was created in the 1st bay of the garage with Christmas tree lights on the floor and more lights hung from the ceiling for a romantic, calming atmosphere. There was a small ceremony to the theme of "Rocky" playing, announcing the Prom King and Queen, complete with homemade medals. Wyatt & Morgan danced the night away, slow and fast,until 11:00 at night. My husband, Brian, and I were thrilled that they were out in the garage for almost 8 hours, enjoying their youth in a way that all our youth deserves, if just for one night. We honestly thought they'd be done with their quarantined prom within a couple of hours. Wyatt and Morgan were more than appreciative and Brian and I felt privileged to be able to create this night for them. It's a time to find the silver linings and to make lemonade out of lemons and to spread as much love as we can in these horrifically scary and devastatingly sad times. Thank you,
    My son, Wyatt Kirby, is a senior at Avon Grove High School in West Grove, PA in Southern Chester County. He has been fortunate enough to still be able to see his girlfriend,Morgan Malchionne, a junior at Avon Grove High School, through this quarantined time. I decided to throw them a prom in our garage to change the monotony of the days and bring some much needed smiles and normalcy to their lives and to celebrate them. Wyatt wrote her an invitation and she accepted to attend on Saturday, May 9th at 3:30 for their quarantined prom where memories will be made to last them a lifetime. Wyatt picked her up in his dad's 1987, waxed and polished, Chevrolet truck for the night of their lives. The garage was set up for a night of fun and romance with my husband and I serving them mozzarella stick appetizers, a main course meal of enchiladas, corn and refried beans, and ended with cake and klondike bars for dessert. A photo booth compiled of old halloween wigs and hats was set up and that seemed to be the highlight of the night. A dance floor was created in the 1st bay of the garage with Christmas tree lights on the floor and more lights hung from the ceiling for a romantic, calming atmosphere. There was a small ceremony to the theme of "Rocky" playing, announcing the Prom King and Queen, complete with homemade medals. Wyatt & Morgan danced the night away, slow and fast,until 11:00 at night. My husband, Brian, and I were thrilled that they were out in the garage for almost 8 hours, enjoying their youth in a way that all our youth deserves, if just for one night. We honestly thought they'd be done with their quarantined prom within a couple of hours. Wyatt and Morgan were more than appreciative and Brian and I felt privileged to be able to create this night for them. It's a time to find the silver linings and to make lemonade out of lemons and to spread as much love as we can in these horrifically scary and devastatingly sad times. Thank you,
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  • Hi Fox News! My only and favorite news channel! America Together story to share. My name is Renae Hill, a Veteran of the United States Air Force and Marine Corps. I am extremely proud to send in this story on an incredible company, joeveo.com, giving away metal nose strips for the price of shipping to all DIY mask makers around the world. These strips are made by hand. I am volunteering with the owner, Dean Verhoeven. He had a friend who had a mask on and air was coming up and wasn’t protecting her. Dean, being an engineer, thought how he could make it better. They start out in the scrap bin at one of our local electric co-ops. The large electric feeder cables are then stripped of insulation in the individual strands or unraveled and then rolled flat the flat strip is cut to length then a needle to make them easy to form to the shape of one’s nose. Myself and Dean started off in his garage and have since moved it to a business downtown, Corner of Wake Forest. The owner, Marty Ludas, graciously offered his space so we could set up production. Kristen is a volunteer who is part of the team. My daughter, Natalie, who is 14, does all the counting, labeling and packaging at home We have all been very busy. We are shipping all around the United States, England and Canada. There strips are just like the ones on the medical professional mask. All the feedback we have been receiving has been positive and they are so thankful. The DIY mask makers said it’s the best they have found. This is our way of giving back during this pandemic. We have so many orders coming in and we are so busy keeping up with production. We are asking Wake Forest teenagers and adults to volunteer. We are so proud of this operation because we are helping all those making masks to keep them safe. Wake Forest is pulling together in a time of crisis by making these. It would be incredible to be on Fox News sharing this with all those DIY mask makers. This is America Together where we are
    Hi Fox News! My only and favorite news channel! America Together story to share. My name is Renae Hill, a Veteran of the United States Air Force and Marine Corps. I am extremely proud to send in this story on an incredible company, joeveo.com, giving away metal nose strips for the price of shipping to all DIY mask makers around the world. These strips are made by hand. I am volunteering with the owner, Dean Verhoeven. He had a friend who had a mask on and air was coming up and wasn’t protecting her. Dean, being an engineer, thought how he could make it better. They start out in the scrap bin at one of our local electric co-ops. The large electric feeder cables are then stripped of insulation in the individual strands or unraveled and then rolled flat the flat strip is cut to length then a needle to make them easy to form to the shape of one’s nose. Myself and Dean started off in his garage and have since moved it to a business downtown, Corner of Wake Forest. The owner, Marty Ludas, graciously offered his space so we could set up production. Kristen is a volunteer who is part of the team. My daughter, Natalie, who is 14, does all the counting, labeling and packaging at home We have all been very busy. We are shipping all around the United States, England and Canada. There strips are just like the ones on the medical professional mask. All the feedback we have been receiving has been positive and they are so thankful. The DIY mask makers said it’s the best they have found. This is our way of giving back during this pandemic. We have so many orders coming in and we are so busy keeping up with production. We are asking Wake Forest teenagers and adults to volunteer. We are so proud of this operation because we are helping all those making masks to keep them safe. Wake Forest is pulling together in a time of crisis by making these. It would be incredible to be on Fox News sharing this with all those DIY mask makers. This is America Together where we are
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  • Mother's day visit at Waldens view assisted living home in Irwin pa. Activities director, Julie set up mother's day visit for mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Betty Swope. Best mother's day!!!
    Mother's day visit at Waldens view assisted living home in Irwin pa. Activities director, Julie set up mother's day visit for mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Betty Swope. Best mother's day!!!
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  • This is how my family and I celebrated "Derby Day" Corona/Zoom style. -- Linda Clark
    This is how my family and I celebrated "Derby Day" Corona/Zoom style. -- Linda Clark
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  • These two Pre-k graduates missed out on their FIRST graduation due to Covid19. In honor of their graduation, we decided to give them a photo shoot. Please help us celebrate their great achievement by showing Atlanta that Covid19 did not stop their show. Upson Photography
    These two Pre-k graduates missed out on their FIRST graduation due to Covid19. In honor of their graduation, we decided to give them a photo shoot. Please help us celebrate their great achievement by showing Atlanta that Covid19 did not stop their show. Upson Photography
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  • I happened to capture this moment...two little girls (one being my daughter) exchanging flowers through the fence during quarantine pandemic.
    I happened to capture this moment...two little girls (one being my daughter) exchanging flowers through the fence during quarantine pandemic.
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  • WWII Veteran Fred Miller of Hackettstown New Jersey is shown wearing his mask as ordered while outdoors. Bob Miller Pharmacist
    WWII Veteran Fred Miller of Hackettstown New Jersey is shown wearing his mask as ordered while outdoors. Bob Miller Pharmacist
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  • Too much free time. John Bordak
    Too much free time. John Bordak
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  • Hi. I am a junior at Bethlehem High School and I created this video to honor our seniors during this time. We would love for you to share our story! https://vimeo.com/415276882
    Hi. I am a junior at Bethlehem High School and I created this video to honor our seniors during this time. We would love for you to share our story! https://vimeo.com/415276882
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  • Donna Wolf - Violinist goes to nursing homes in Memphis
    Donna Wolf - Violinist goes to nursing homes in Memphis
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  • Yoshi Yei ready too play out side.
    Yoshi Yei ready too play out side.
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  • 1st Outdoor Mass @ St. Michael's Parish in Streator, IL
    1st Outdoor Mass @ St. Michael's Parish in Streator, IL
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  • Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe and God Bless, Brittany Ingraham Winfield, WV
    Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe and God Bless, Brittany Ingraham Winfield, WV
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  • We got married today, on my dad’s 75th birthday!
    We got married today, on my dad’s 75th birthday!
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  • Hi. I am a junior at Bethlehem High School and I created this video to honor our seniors during this time. We would love for you to share our story! https://vimeo.com/415276882
    Hi. I am a junior at Bethlehem High School and I created this video to honor our seniors during this time. We would love for you to share our story! https://vimeo.com/415276882
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  • Donna Wolf - Violinist goes to nursing homes in Memphis
    Donna Wolf - Violinist goes to nursing homes in Memphis
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  • Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe and God Bless, Brittany Ingraham Winfield, WV
    Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe and God Bless, Brittany Ingraham Winfield, WV
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  • Visiting our 90 year old Grandma in the nursing home the only way we are allowed, 5 generations. 💔
    Visiting our 90 year old Grandma in the nursing home the only way we are allowed, 5 generations. 💔
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  • Grandma and grandpa have been self quarantined for 3 weeks. Our only way to visit!! Air hugs only!! Gary and Martha Jolly Bowling Green Ky
    Grandma and grandpa have been self quarantined for 3 weeks. Our only way to visit!! Air hugs only!! Gary and Martha Jolly Bowling Green Ky
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  • Keeping safe Margaret Poytherss
    Keeping safe Margaret Poytherss
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  • My husband, Les Brody is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Like most veterans he doesn't take this title lightly. He teaches our three grandchildren about perseverance, honesty, loyalty, helping others and heroes...real heroes. As a Memorial Day tribute to all veterans, and particularly to those that made the ultimate sacrifice, we placed 50 flags in our front yard..one for veterans from each state.. and 11 more USA and POW flags up the sidewalk in front of our house. Our daughter, son-in-law and 3 grandchildren came over our house to visit...outside...on Memorial Day....maintaining social distance. Our daughter, Jessica, took this picture of our youngest grandson, Ethan. The caption on this Instagram says it all. God Bless America. Thank you, Denise Brody
    My husband, Les Brody is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Like most veterans he doesn't take this title lightly. He teaches our three grandchildren about perseverance, honesty, loyalty, helping others and heroes...real heroes. As a Memorial Day tribute to all veterans, and particularly to those that made the ultimate sacrifice, we placed 50 flags in our front yard..one for veterans from each state.. and 11 more USA and POW flags up the sidewalk in front of our house. Our daughter, son-in-law and 3 grandchildren came over our house to visit...outside...on Memorial Day....maintaining social distance. Our daughter, Jessica, took this picture of our youngest grandson, Ethan. The caption on this Instagram says it all. God Bless America. Thank you, Denise Brody
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  • My Dad, Richard Johnson and Uncle Bill Johnson, identical twins. Both WW2 veterans, both now deceased.
    My Dad, Richard Johnson and Uncle Bill Johnson, identical twins. Both WW2 veterans, both now deceased.
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  • Please highlight the amazing work our mental health staff is doing with the homeless in Fresno, California (Pictures attached). We celebrate the amazing heroes in the medical community AND also want our staff in the behavioral health community to be sure they get the recognition they deserve as they put themselves and their families at risk by going to work every day to help homeless individuals by getting them housed as well as co-responding alongside police when someone with a severe mental illness is in trouble with law enforcement. Respectfully, Amanda Nugent Divine, M.S., LMFT
    Please highlight the amazing work our mental health staff is doing with the homeless in Fresno, California (Pictures attached). We celebrate the amazing heroes in the medical community AND also want our staff in the behavioral health community to be sure they get the recognition they deserve as they put themselves and their families at risk by going to work every day to help homeless individuals by getting them housed as well as co-responding alongside police when someone with a severe mental illness is in trouble with law enforcement. Respectfully, Amanda Nugent Divine, M.S., LMFT
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  • Hope the pictures tell it all, friends and their kids surprised me today with a heart warming 50th Birthday Surprise Parade!!!! Blessings are still among us. ❤️ Stay well
    Hope the pictures tell it all, friends and their kids surprised me today with a heart warming 50th Birthday Surprise Parade!!!! Blessings are still among us. ❤️ Stay well
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  • I took this on Sunday April 5th. "This is my flagship on Sundays right now. This is how I have been and will continue to conduct our church services until things change. Worshipping God in Spirit and Truth!
    I took this on Sunday April 5th. "This is my flagship on Sundays right now. This is how I have been and will continue to conduct our church services until things change. Worshipping God in Spirit and Truth!
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  • Worms !! DIY slip n slide brought out the worms ! Little Rock ,Arkansas Shelton family ( my grandkids are the 2 boys on left)
    Worms !! DIY slip n slide brought out the worms ! Little Rock ,Arkansas Shelton family ( my grandkids are the 2 boys on left)
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  • Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
    Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
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  • Ajori N. Burkhammer Executive Director of Operations Rehabilitation Physicians of Georgia, P.C. & RPG Services, Inc.
    Ajori N. Burkhammer Executive Director of Operations Rehabilitation Physicians of Georgia, P.C. & RPG Services, Inc.
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  • Pics from the trump freedom boat parade at Havasu city AZ
    Pics from the trump freedom boat parade at Havasu city AZ
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  • Hi Fox News! My only and favorite news channel! America Together story to share. My name is Renae Hill, a Veteran of the United States Air Force and Marine Corps. I am extremely proud to send in this story on an incredible company, joeveo.com, giving away metal nose strips for the price of shipping to all DIY mask makers around the world. These strips are made by hand. I am volunteering with the owner, Dean Verhoeven. He had a friend who had a mask on and air was coming up and wasn’t protecting her. Dean, being an engineer, thought how he could make it better. They start out in the scrap bin at one of our local electric co-ops. The large electric feeder cables are then stripped of insulation in the individual strands or unraveled and then rolled flat the flat strip is cut to length then a needle to make them easy to form to the shape of one’s nose. Myself and Dean started off in his garage and have since moved it to a business downtown, Corner of Wake Forest. The owner, Marty Ludas, graciously offered his space so we could set up production. Kristen is a volunteer who is part of the team. My daughter, Natalie, who is 14, does all the counting, labeling and packaging at home We have all been very busy. We are shipping all around the United States, England and Canada. There strips are just like the ones on the medical professional mask. All the feedback we have been receiving has been positive and they are so thankful. The DIY mask makers said it’s the best they have found. This is our way of giving back during this pandemic. We have so many orders coming in and we are so busy keeping up with production. We are asking Wake Forest teenagers and adults to volunteer. We are so proud of this operation because we are helping all those making masks to keep them safe. Wake Forest is pulling together in a time of crisis by making these. It would be incredible to be on Fox News sharing this with all those DIY mask makers. This is America Together where we are
    Hi Fox News! My only and favorite news channel! America Together story to share. My name is Renae Hill, a Veteran of the United States Air Force and Marine Corps. I am extremely proud to send in this story on an incredible company, joeveo.com, giving away metal nose strips for the price of shipping to all DIY mask makers around the world. These strips are made by hand. I am volunteering with the owner, Dean Verhoeven. He had a friend who had a mask on and air was coming up and wasn’t protecting her. Dean, being an engineer, thought how he could make it better. They start out in the scrap bin at one of our local electric co-ops. The large electric feeder cables are then stripped of insulation in the individual strands or unraveled and then rolled flat the flat strip is cut to length then a needle to make them easy to form to the shape of one’s nose. Myself and Dean started off in his garage and have since moved it to a business downtown, Corner of Wake Forest. The owner, Marty Ludas, graciously offered his space so we could set up production. Kristen is a volunteer who is part of the team. My daughter, Natalie, who is 14, does all the counting, labeling and packaging at home We have all been very busy. We are shipping all around the United States, England and Canada. There strips are just like the ones on the medical professional mask. All the feedback we have been receiving has been positive and they are so thankful. The DIY mask makers said it’s the best they have found. This is our way of giving back during this pandemic. We have so many orders coming in and we are so busy keeping up with production. We are asking Wake Forest teenagers and adults to volunteer. We are so proud of this operation because we are helping all those making masks to keep them safe. Wake Forest is pulling together in a time of crisis by making these. It would be incredible to be on Fox News sharing this with all those DIY mask makers. This is America Together where we are
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  • This is a picture of our dad, Bill. He was just out of high school, and drafted at 18 with many of his highschool buddies. Our dad, Bill, known to his buddies as "Wee Willie" served in the army, stationed in Japan near the end of WWII. We learned a great deal about the sacrifice he and his buddies made when Dad shared his military experienc with us. They are all uncommon soldiers who served our country in WWII, and all wars, and they served it well. We remember and honor the sacrifice they all made for us today. We love you, Dad, and we always will. The Pricoli Family
    This is a picture of our dad, Bill. He was just out of high school, and drafted at 18 with many of his highschool buddies. Our dad, Bill, known to his buddies as "Wee Willie" served in the army, stationed in Japan near the end of WWII. We learned a great deal about the sacrifice he and his buddies made when Dad shared his military experienc with us. They are all uncommon soldiers who served our country in WWII, and all wars, and they served it well. We remember and honor the sacrifice they all made for us today. We love you, Dad, and we always will. The Pricoli Family
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  • My 15 year old son, Jisung Park, baked me a cake for mother's day! I’m so glad I raised him well, the cake was delicious and he is the sweetest boy ever. 😁😁 Jane
    My 15 year old son, Jisung Park, baked me a cake for mother's day! I’m so glad I raised him well, the cake was delicious and he is the sweetest boy ever. 😁😁 Jane
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  • This is a photo of me sending my husband, Dr. John Iguidbashian off for another day of work. He is a pediatric heart surgeon in Portland, OR. He just kept working during the Coronavirus crisis because those babies and children need people like him. He is truly my hero❤️
    This is a photo of me sending my husband, Dr. John Iguidbashian off for another day of work. He is a pediatric heart surgeon in Portland, OR. He just kept working during the Coronavirus crisis because those babies and children need people like him. He is truly my hero❤️
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  • These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
    These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
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  • Just another day…Home sweet home
    Just another day…Home sweet home
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  • Teaching our grandsons about heroes on the ground and in the air watching The Blue Angels fly over “The Star” in Frisco Tx !!
    Teaching our grandsons about heroes on the ground and in the air watching The Blue Angels fly over “The Star” in Frisco Tx !!
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  • Trump boat parade in Newport Beach CA today!! Who says So Cal doesn’t support Trump! Babs Jolitz
    Trump boat parade in Newport Beach CA today!! Who says So Cal doesn’t support Trump! Babs Jolitz
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  • May we all remember all that have given their lives, and just maybe we could someday give peace a chance. I know I hope... Gary L. Kuhre USN Active Duty 1982-1997
    May we all remember all that have given their lives, and just maybe we could someday give peace a chance. I know I hope... Gary L. Kuhre USN Active Duty 1982-1997
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  • My son Nixon and daughter Scottie love lincoln and out flag so much.
    My son Nixon and daughter Scottie love lincoln and out flag so much.
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  • Veteran at local memorial day memorial This was created at our local cemetery in Cassopilis, MI on Saturday, 24 May. this photo was uploaded to Facebook. I currently am not sure who this honorable veteran is. Moving Pic tho. Thank you.
    Veteran at local memorial day memorial This was created at our local cemetery in Cassopilis, MI on Saturday, 24 May. this photo was uploaded to Facebook. I currently am not sure who this honorable veteran is. Moving Pic tho. Thank you.
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  • 1st Outdoor Mass @ St. Michael's Parish in Streator, IL
    1st Outdoor Mass @ St. Michael's Parish in Streator, IL
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  • Ajori N. Burkhammer Executive Director of Operations Rehabilitation Physicians of Georgia, P.C. & RPG Services, Inc.
    Ajori N. Burkhammer Executive Director of Operations Rehabilitation Physicians of Georgia, P.C. & RPG Services, Inc.
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  • My 15 year old son, Jisung Park, baked me a cake for mother's day! I’m so glad I raised him well, the cake was delicious and he is the sweetest boy ever. 😁😁 Jane
    My 15 year old son, Jisung Park, baked me a cake for mother's day! I’m so glad I raised him well, the cake was delicious and he is the sweetest boy ever. 😁😁 Jane
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  • Jack OConnor, Enjoying Buffalo NY weather
    Jack OConnor, Enjoying Buffalo NY weather
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  • Our grown children have come up with ways to entertain their kids in the midst of the shutdown. Here’s one of our family groups on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. They made a mobile swimming pool in the truck bed:
    Our grown children have come up with ways to entertain their kids in the midst of the shutdown. Here’s one of our family groups on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. They made a mobile swimming pool in the truck bed:
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  • Hey Fox News! Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals to my party!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe, Brittany Ingraham
    Hey Fox News! Our sweet girl turned 5 in the midst of this craziness. When we told her that we wouldn’t be able to have her friends at her party, her immediate response was, “That’s okay! We can invite all of my stuffed animals to my party!” So that’s what we did! What we thought would put a damper on her birthday actually made it the most memorable birthday yet. We’re so thankful for the “guests” that arrived and the memories we made with our kiddos! Stay safe, Brittany Ingraham
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  • Hi, With so much uncertainty going on in our world today there is one thing we are certain about…the wonderful young volunteers of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards who are making a difference now more than ever. Jorja Boller of Beatrice, Nebraska is one of the 2019 State Honorees of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards and has continued on her volunteer efforts offer the years. Horsing Around at Nursing Homes is how Jorja, her little sister and their pony, Peanut is helping to bring smiles to the faces of elderly people living in nursing homes in Nebraska. The “team of three” has been making “socially distant visits” at three nursing homes in her hometown by going window-to-window to keep lonely nursing home residents company. Jorja's charity “Gifts for Grands” usually focuses on weekly volunteering at the Beatrice Good Samaritan Society in her town, so she decided that she needed to come up with something creative to do at this time. Last week she planted some flowers in the courtyard of the nursing home, but wanted to do something even bigger. So she decided to take her pony into town and surprise everyone there. The residents were all thrilled, but it was the Memory Care residents who received the biggest benefit and “couldn't get enough” of Little Peanut. Jorja is now developing an official program that would feature Peanut as a therapy horse, providing residents with an opportunity to snuggle with him and give treats to Little Peanut. Best, Megan
    Hi, With so much uncertainty going on in our world today there is one thing we are certain about…the wonderful young volunteers of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards who are making a difference now more than ever. Jorja Boller of Beatrice, Nebraska is one of the 2019 State Honorees of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards and has continued on her volunteer efforts offer the years. Horsing Around at Nursing Homes is how Jorja, her little sister and their pony, Peanut is helping to bring smiles to the faces of elderly people living in nursing homes in Nebraska. The “team of three” has been making “socially distant visits” at three nursing homes in her hometown by going window-to-window to keep lonely nursing home residents company. Jorja's charity “Gifts for Grands” usually focuses on weekly volunteering at the Beatrice Good Samaritan Society in her town, so she decided that she needed to come up with something creative to do at this time. Last week she planted some flowers in the courtyard of the nursing home, but wanted to do something even bigger. So she decided to take her pony into town and surprise everyone there. The residents were all thrilled, but it was the Memory Care residents who received the biggest benefit and “couldn't get enough” of Little Peanut. Jorja is now developing an official program that would feature Peanut as a therapy horse, providing residents with an opportunity to snuggle with him and give treats to Little Peanut. Best, Megan
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  • After years of trying and a failed fertility, this couple was finally blessed with this miracle. This little girl was so excited for her God Mother's baby to finally be here. He was born on April 28, 2020 and due to the coronavirus, she was not able to be at the hospital to see him and FaceTime just wasn't enough. They drove 1 1/2 hours to be able to meet him through a storm glass door. It was love at first sight. #jesslynmeetsbabykroy #thankyoujesusforthisgift #pleasegoawaycorona #lovewillkeepustogether _________________________ We are South Carolinians and LOVE Fox and Friends and our own Ainsley! We would so appreciate you sharing these pictures. And we would love to know when/if you do so we can be sure all our family and friends are watching. Thank you!
    After years of trying and a failed fertility, this couple was finally blessed with this miracle. This little girl was so excited for her God Mother's baby to finally be here. He was born on April 28, 2020 and due to the coronavirus, she was not able to be at the hospital to see him and FaceTime just wasn't enough. They drove 1 1/2 hours to be able to meet him through a storm glass door. It was love at first sight. #jesslynmeetsbabykroy #thankyoujesusforthisgift #pleasegoawaycorona #lovewillkeepustogether _________________________ We are South Carolinians and LOVE Fox and Friends and our own Ainsley! We would so appreciate you sharing these pictures. And we would love to know when/if you do so we can be sure all our family and friends are watching. Thank you!
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  • Teaching our grandsons about heroes on the ground and in the air watching The Blue Angels fly over “The Star” in Frisco Tx !!
    Teaching our grandsons about heroes on the ground and in the air watching The Blue Angels fly over “The Star” in Frisco Tx !!
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  • This is a photo of me sending my husband, Dr. John Iguidbashian off for another day of work. He is a pediatric heart surgeon in Portland, OR. He just kept working during the Coronavirus crisis because those babies and children need people like him. He is truly my hero❤️
    This is a photo of me sending my husband, Dr. John Iguidbashian off for another day of work. He is a pediatric heart surgeon in Portland, OR. He just kept working during the Coronavirus crisis because those babies and children need people like him. He is truly my hero❤️
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  • Hi, Here is a photo of Karey and Javid two critical care RNs of the COVID-19 Care Force who help care for the residents at MJHS Health System’s Isabella Geriatric Center. Being on the COVID Care Force means you go where you are needed! Sincerely, Michelle Barbero
    Hi, Here is a photo of Karey and Javid two critical care RNs of the COVID-19 Care Force who help care for the residents at MJHS Health System’s Isabella Geriatric Center. Being on the COVID Care Force means you go where you are needed! Sincerely, Michelle Barbero
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  • This picture represent the staff at the New Victorian Inn and Suites in Omaha Nebraska. We strive to keep our guests happy and do everything we can to keep them safe from the virus. Many people stay with us a lot and call us home away from home. We are happy that our doors have been able to stay open and continue to serve not only our wonderful guests coming through but also many truck drivers who rely on a place to be able to get much needed rest and a hot shower. As employees of this great company we are more than proud to wear our hero shirts and help those who need it.
    This picture represent the staff at the New Victorian Inn and Suites in Omaha Nebraska. We strive to keep our guests happy and do everything we can to keep them safe from the virus. Many people stay with us a lot and call us home away from home. We are happy that our doors have been able to stay open and continue to serve not only our wonderful guests coming through but also many truck drivers who rely on a place to be able to get much needed rest and a hot shower. As employees of this great company we are more than proud to wear our hero shirts and help those who need it.
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  • My name is Heather Roman Age 24 In the midst of this pandemic and all the scary things happening around us, I asked some of my cousins to participate in a project we called “We’re all in this together” to spread love and kindness and to let others know they are never alone, God is always with us. May everyone stay safe and continue to spread the love and kindness that this world so desperately needs, not just during this time but even when this pandemic is over, always and forever. Let’s be the light!
    My name is Heather Roman Age 24 In the midst of this pandemic and all the scary things happening around us, I asked some of my cousins to participate in a project we called “We’re all in this together” to spread love and kindness and to let others know they are never alone, God is always with us. May everyone stay safe and continue to spread the love and kindness that this world so desperately needs, not just during this time but even when this pandemic is over, always and forever. Let’s be the light!
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  • Went to play the quarantine version of hide and seek with my grandsons. I’m wearing my “Super Me Maw” cape so I can fly. 😊
    Went to play the quarantine version of hide and seek with my grandsons. I’m wearing my “Super Me Maw” cape so I can fly. 😊
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  • This is my wife talking to her family in the Philippines via FaceTime immediately after our Quarantine wedding. She arrived in the U.S. on a K1 visa just before the pandemic started. Her father died suddenly in the Philippines three weeks after she arrived in Texas. There was no way to get her home for his military funeral. I’ll never forget this happy moment with all that has happened in such a short period of time.. God bless you all.. FR🇺🇸🇺🇸DOM ON
    This is my wife talking to her family in the Philippines via FaceTime immediately after our Quarantine wedding. She arrived in the U.S. on a K1 visa just before the pandemic started. Her father died suddenly in the Philippines three weeks after she arrived in Texas. There was no way to get her home for his military funeral. I’ll never forget this happy moment with all that has happened in such a short period of time.. God bless you all.. FR🇺🇸🇺🇸DOM ON
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  • Rorey loves her state.
    Rorey loves her state.
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  • Hi, Here is a photo of Nurse Javid and Nurse Sharene of ACCESS Nursing COVID-19 Care Force. The nurses of the ACCESS Nursing COVID-19 Care Force continue to lift each other up every day! Sincerely, Michelle Barbero
    Hi, Here is a photo of Nurse Javid and Nurse Sharene of ACCESS Nursing COVID-19 Care Force. The nurses of the ACCESS Nursing COVID-19 Care Force continue to lift each other up every day! Sincerely, Michelle Barbero
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  • The Cassata Family Donates “1000” N95 Facemasks, “100” Meals and $15,000 To Huntington Hospita
    The Cassata Family Donates “1000” N95 Facemasks, “100” Meals and $15,000 To Huntington Hospita
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  • Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up (along with her family) on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
    Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up (along with her family) on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
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  • My mother, Mary Kane, lives in an Independent Senior Living facility in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. She's very lonely as my dad as passed on. My sister, Lori Mosqueda, and her family live in a nearby town. Despite the fact that my sister is battling stage 4 breast cancer, she came into town just so our mom didn't feel so alone. They may not have been able to hug through the window, but the love between mother and daughter still shines through. My mom's aide took this photo. It breaks my heart, while at the same time uplifts it. Lisa Kane University Place Wa
    My mother, Mary Kane, lives in an Independent Senior Living facility in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. She's very lonely as my dad as passed on. My sister, Lori Mosqueda, and her family live in a nearby town. Despite the fact that my sister is battling stage 4 breast cancer, she came into town just so our mom didn't feel so alone. They may not have been able to hug through the window, but the love between mother and daughter still shines through. My mom's aide took this photo. It breaks my heart, while at the same time uplifts it. Lisa Kane University Place Wa
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  • My mom Marlena Johnson who is 88 years old wanted me to tell her story being self quarantined with her little furry masked friends, she has kept a positive attitude during this time. She has her little furry animals to keep her company and goes out to walk every. Well to the drive way and back. She has special Angels in her life that bring her groceries. She loves Fox 10 news and would love to see herself and her little furry friends on TV. I just told my mom I sent in her request to Fox News and it made her day 😃 Thank you so much
    My mom Marlena Johnson who is 88 years old wanted me to tell her story being self quarantined with her little furry masked friends, she has kept a positive attitude during this time. She has her little furry animals to keep her company and goes out to walk every. Well to the drive way and back. She has special Angels in her life that bring her groceries. She loves Fox 10 news and would love to see herself and her little furry friends on TV. I just told my mom I sent in her request to Fox News and it made her day 😃 Thank you so much
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  • My daughter Natelli decorated our door. Located in Carol Stream. There are 4K likes on it in the facebook group Heart Hunters and I received this message from someome. Thanks, Shari Bulvas
    My daughter Natelli decorated our door. Located in Carol Stream. There are 4K likes on it in the facebook group Heart Hunters and I received this message from someome. Thanks, Shari Bulvas
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  • Our family in Florida faced a challenge with their competitive swimmer needing to keep in shape while the training pools are all closed:
    Our family in Florida faced a challenge with their competitive swimmer needing to keep in shape while the training pools are all closed:
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  • HS graduate with college to be mask pic of my daughter seems to signify in her eyes all she has lost as a Hs graduate but is conquering on with college ahead Thank you! Love Fox!!!
    HS graduate with college to be mask pic of my daughter seems to signify in her eyes all she has lost as a Hs graduate but is conquering on with college ahead Thank you! Love Fox!!!
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  • WISHBONE DAY today! Baby Luke needed cast for fracture on right arm. SEE IMAGES! Luke is an OI baby "Brittle Bone Disease" UCLA Therapist: Liz instructed baby Luke's parents to apply cast. Parents: Drew & Carrie Young. *California Residents/LA County Baby: Luke Young
    WISHBONE DAY today! Baby Luke needed cast for fracture on right arm. SEE IMAGES! Luke is an OI baby "Brittle Bone Disease" UCLA Therapist: Liz instructed baby Luke's parents to apply cast. Parents: Drew & Carrie Young. *California Residents/LA County Baby: Luke Young
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  • Good Afternoon, Please see attached photo of my amazing Mother Donna LaRotonda who is the executive director at an Assisted living center In Galloway NJ! Along with here wonderful staff dressed as the very intelligent and humble Dr. Deborah Birx! As they continue to ensure the safety and well-being of there very special residents! Thank you hope you can share to spread a glimmer of hope and cheer! Stay Safe, Nick LaRotonda
    Good Afternoon, Please see attached photo of my amazing Mother Donna LaRotonda who is the executive director at an Assisted living center In Galloway NJ! Along with here wonderful staff dressed as the very intelligent and humble Dr. Deborah Birx! As they continue to ensure the safety and well-being of there very special residents! Thank you hope you can share to spread a glimmer of hope and cheer! Stay Safe, Nick LaRotonda
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  • Good evening, This photo is complete satire. Probably not the right place I’m sending this to, but I thought I’d send it anyway. The man in the photo is an army Veteran, special forces Sniper. The girl (me), well I’m just the woman he loves. :) I call this “The New Normal”. Photo taken and edited by me. Thank you, Aprill Perez
    Good evening, This photo is complete satire. Probably not the right place I’m sending this to, but I thought I’d send it anyway. The man in the photo is an army Veteran, special forces Sniper. The girl (me), well I’m just the woman he loves. :) I call this “The New Normal”. Photo taken and edited by me. Thank you, Aprill Perez
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  • This is a picture of my mother, Ramona Soto and Brother, Frank Soto, who are in nursing during this pandemic. My mother is in private-care nursing in San Angelo, Texas and my brother is working for Methodist Hospital in the Medical Center of Houston, Texas. I Salute all healthcare staff for putting their lives on the line. Nick
    This is a picture of my mother, Ramona Soto and Brother, Frank Soto, who are in nursing during this pandemic. My mother is in private-care nursing in San Angelo, Texas and my brother is working for Methodist Hospital in the Medical Center of Houston, Texas. I Salute all healthcare staff for putting their lives on the line. Nick
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  • US Postal Carrier Gil Eliares from Brisbane California says ‘Neither rain, nor snow, nor virus can stop the Postal Service to deliver your mail. Mail must go through.’
    US Postal Carrier Gil Eliares from Brisbane California says ‘Neither rain, nor snow, nor virus can stop the Postal Service to deliver your mail. Mail must go through.’
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  • Thought the attached photo was a pretty amazing representation of what is going on in Orange County, at iconic Main Beach in Laguna Beach of all places. Beautiful weather, famous Laguna Beach Lifeguard tower on PCH with a closed beach.
    Thought the attached photo was a pretty amazing representation of what is going on in Orange County, at iconic Main Beach in Laguna Beach of all places. Beautiful weather, famous Laguna Beach Lifeguard tower on PCH with a closed beach.
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  • Just wanted to send pictures of my family going to see my dad and taking food to the staff at the retirement center where he is at. His name is Bill Whitley and he is 96 years old get ready to turn 97 on May 19. His father started our family business whitley’s Funeral Home back in 1913 and my father took it over. We miss him so much because we are so used to taking him to his favorite restaurants in town and bringing him his favorite candy and that we cannot do now He doesn’t fully understand what is going on. This moment was sweet and sad at the same time because as you can see I Cannot touch him or give him a hug. Everyone in my small hometown knows him because he is the funeral director as he is referred to. This is very hard on my family because we worry about him but at the same time we have to carry on our business of running the funeral home with the Quarantine going on. Just wanted to share our pictures with everyone thank you very much Jane Whitley
    Just wanted to send pictures of my family going to see my dad and taking food to the staff at the retirement center where he is at. His name is Bill Whitley and he is 96 years old get ready to turn 97 on May 19. His father started our family business whitley’s Funeral Home back in 1913 and my father took it over. We miss him so much because we are so used to taking him to his favorite restaurants in town and bringing him his favorite candy and that we cannot do now He doesn’t fully understand what is going on. This moment was sweet and sad at the same time because as you can see I Cannot touch him or give him a hug. Everyone in my small hometown knows him because he is the funeral director as he is referred to. This is very hard on my family because we worry about him but at the same time we have to carry on our business of running the funeral home with the Quarantine going on. Just wanted to share our pictures with everyone thank you very much Jane Whitley
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  • Pledge of Allegiance at Grandma's Temporary School
    Pledge of Allegiance at Grandma's Temporary School
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  • Howdy folks, My wife went to the hair salon today... this is what open in the state of Georgia looks like. Stay safe!
    Howdy folks, My wife went to the hair salon today... this is what open in the state of Georgia looks like. Stay safe!
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  • Dear Editor, Thank you for considering my piece Searching for a Hug During COVID-19 (copied below) for your America Together segment on Foxnews.com. It’s a heartwarming and uplifting story that informs of the unique challenges mentally disabled adults and their families face coping with COVID-19. Enter Bill Sturdivant: a 65-year old social butterfly who loves flirting, hugging, and baseball, but hates Nancy Pelosi. He’s also mentally disabled and, to his horror, finds himself in a world where hugs are banned, and he’s a boomeranger forced back home and into quarantine with his 85-year old mother. When a neighbor refuses Bill’s hug, siting social distancing, Bill loses it. His reaction—an epic meltdown—provides the world a solution to the coronavirus madness. March down the middle of the street, stomp your feet, wave your fists wildly in the air while screaming, “Dumb virus! I hate this! Phooey!” That evening Bill declares when this is over, we need a “National Hug Day.” I agree with Bill and can’t wait to hug him again. I am Bill’s sister and President of CAS Supporting Living Services that helps mentally disabled adults to live independently and have maximum control over their lives Thank you for your consideration. I hope to hear from you. Sincerely,
    Dear Editor, Thank you for considering my piece Searching for a Hug During COVID-19 (copied below) for your America Together segment on Foxnews.com. It’s a heartwarming and uplifting story that informs of the unique challenges mentally disabled adults and their families face coping with COVID-19. Enter Bill Sturdivant: a 65-year old social butterfly who loves flirting, hugging, and baseball, but hates Nancy Pelosi. He’s also mentally disabled and, to his horror, finds himself in a world where hugs are banned, and he’s a boomeranger forced back home and into quarantine with his 85-year old mother. When a neighbor refuses Bill’s hug, siting social distancing, Bill loses it. His reaction—an epic meltdown—provides the world a solution to the coronavirus madness. March down the middle of the street, stomp your feet, wave your fists wildly in the air while screaming, “Dumb virus! I hate this! Phooey!” That evening Bill declares when this is over, we need a “National Hug Day.” I agree with Bill and can’t wait to hug him again. I am Bill’s sister and President of CAS Supporting Living Services that helps mentally disabled adults to live independently and have maximum control over their lives Thank you for your consideration. I hope to hear from you. Sincerely,
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  • Our family decided to put together a sign thanking those working to keep our country together. We lit it up for those going by in the night time hours. We will get through this together.
    Our family decided to put together a sign thanking those working to keep our country together. We lit it up for those going by in the night time hours. We will get through this together.
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  • Celebrating beautiful weather by eating pizza for dinner with Kerry and P!nk in a parking lot. Semper Fi.
    Celebrating beautiful weather by eating pizza for dinner with Kerry and P!nk in a parking lot. Semper Fi.
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  • Saw this on The Bruckner Expressway this morning on my to work ..... Only in New York 😂 I safely pulled over to take the picture....
    Saw this on The Bruckner Expressway this morning on my to work ..... Only in New York 😂 I safely pulled over to take the picture....
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  • Hello, My name is Brenda Johnson. Early April, I asked my aunt if she could assist in making some masks. I told her I’d buy supplies, if she could sew. She made around 300. The special part of this story is that she works in a nursing home in a dementia unit. The unit is a wing that is separated from all other patients. My two aunts are CNA’s in that unit. She took the material and supplies with her and had some patients to help. The patient in the picture is Ms Barbara. She worked very hard. My aunt said “Barbara, I’m going to have to get you a special gift,”
    Hello, My name is Brenda Johnson. Early April, I asked my aunt if she could assist in making some masks. I told her I’d buy supplies, if she could sew. She made around 300. The special part of this story is that she works in a nursing home in a dementia unit. The unit is a wing that is separated from all other patients. My two aunts are CNA’s in that unit. She took the material and supplies with her and had some patients to help. The patient in the picture is Ms Barbara. She worked very hard. My aunt said “Barbara, I’m going to have to get you a special gift,”
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  • Our 3 year old grandson Connor celebrated his birthday observing social distancing with a dinosaur visit, a car parade and a real fire truck drive by thanks to all of my daughters neighbors who organized it... his big sister Leah kept him in her arms..
    Our 3 year old grandson Connor celebrated his birthday observing social distancing with a dinosaur visit, a car parade and a real fire truck drive by thanks to all of my daughters neighbors who organized it... his big sister Leah kept him in her arms..
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  • Outside Madison, Wisconsin’s Meriter Hospital on the sidewalk five stories below we greet our first grandchild. Welcome to the world Savannah Dorothy. Love Grammy and Pappy
    Outside Madison, Wisconsin’s Meriter Hospital on the sidewalk five stories below we greet our first grandchild. Welcome to the world Savannah Dorothy. Love Grammy and Pappy
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  • Olive Oyl’ and New York’s finest salute our essential + health care workers on East 38th ST!! NY STRONG!!
    Olive Oyl’ and New York’s finest salute our essential + health care workers on East 38th ST!! NY STRONG!!
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  • During the coronavirus lockdown, 90-year-old James L. Setting Jr., current resident of the Harmony at West Shore retirement community in Mechanicsburg, PA, is visited by his great nephew E J Zigerell and E J's eight-year-old daughter, Kathryn. Kathryn sent a message of love to her great uncle ("Uncle Junior") with a chalk drawing on the parking lot below his fourth-floor window, including a Hershey Kiss, which is Uncle Junior's favorite candy! Uncle Junior recently moved from Delaware to Pennsylvania, to be close to family. Uncle Junior is staying at Harmony at West Shore until his permanent residency is completed at Harmony at Hershey—a fitting home for someone who loves Hershey Kisses!
    During the coronavirus lockdown, 90-year-old James L. Setting Jr., current resident of the Harmony at West Shore retirement community in Mechanicsburg, PA, is visited by his great nephew E J Zigerell and E J's eight-year-old daughter, Kathryn. Kathryn sent a message of love to her great uncle ("Uncle Junior") with a chalk drawing on the parking lot below his fourth-floor window, including a Hershey Kiss, which is Uncle Junior's favorite candy! Uncle Junior recently moved from Delaware to Pennsylvania, to be close to family. Uncle Junior is staying at Harmony at West Shore until his permanent residency is completed at Harmony at Hershey—a fitting home for someone who loves Hershey Kisses!
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  • I’ve been delivering mail throughout this pandemic. It really cheers me up and gives me a feeling of appreciation when I open a mailbox and see this. I’ve also received masks, hand sanitizer, and even cookies from other customers. I love what I do and I’m glad I can help be a small part of normalcy for my customers as we get through this.
    I’ve been delivering mail throughout this pandemic. It really cheers me up and gives me a feeling of appreciation when I open a mailbox and see this. I’ve also received masks, hand sanitizer, and even cookies from other customers. I love what I do and I’m glad I can help be a small part of normalcy for my customers as we get through this.
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  • Nurses were using their mask multiple times. One of the nurses mentioned this to my sister. Then by word of mouth, my friend moved and donated 200 pieces of the KN95 mask. Mega Beauty Supply owner Brian P
    Nurses were using their mask multiple times. One of the nurses mentioned this to my sister. Then by word of mouth, my friend moved and donated 200 pieces of the KN95 mask. Mega Beauty Supply owner Brian P
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  • I wanted to bring to your attention a story for America Together about how Las Vegas is pulling together as a community – this time to help feed those most in need. In Las Vegas, a community-wide partnership called Delivering with Dignity launched as an emergency response to help the area’s most vulnerable and isolated residents during the unprecedented healthcare and economic crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic. In just one month, through partnerships among nonprofits, independently owned restaurants and private corporations, Delivering with Dignity has delivered more than 18,000 individual meals to residents in need, kept dozens of restaurant staff employed and expanded to support community facilities, including domestic abuse and homeless shelters. At a time when national news is predominantly disconcerting and negative, Delivering with Dignity offers a positive story of hope and connectivity. It showcases how a community is coming together to help each other.
    I wanted to bring to your attention a story for America Together about how Las Vegas is pulling together as a community – this time to help feed those most in need. In Las Vegas, a community-wide partnership called Delivering with Dignity launched as an emergency response to help the area’s most vulnerable and isolated residents during the unprecedented healthcare and economic crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic. In just one month, through partnerships among nonprofits, independently owned restaurants and private corporations, Delivering with Dignity has delivered more than 18,000 individual meals to residents in need, kept dozens of restaurant staff employed and expanded to support community facilities, including domestic abuse and homeless shelters. At a time when national news is predominantly disconcerting and negative, Delivering with Dignity offers a positive story of hope and connectivity. It showcases how a community is coming together to help each other.
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  • Getting ready for Blue Angels flyover in Frisco, Tx!!
    Getting ready for Blue Angels flyover in Frisco, Tx!!
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  • Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up (along with her family) on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
    Abby Lynch from Nazareth Academy got all dressed up (along with her family) on the day that was supposed to be her senior prom!! Tina Lynch (mom)
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  • Hello Fox news! I watch every day and enjoy the fun photos and videos I see of ways people are dealing with social distancing, so I thought I would share one of my own to add to your pool! I am extremely close with my mom and it has been tough not being able to spend time with her for the last month and a half. I have been extra cautious with isolating because I’m 36 weeks pregnant. However, she found a way to make it happen on my birthday! Here’s a photo of us social distancing but spending time together :)
    Hello Fox news! I watch every day and enjoy the fun photos and videos I see of ways people are dealing with social distancing, so I thought I would share one of my own to add to your pool! I am extremely close with my mom and it has been tough not being able to spend time with her for the last month and a half. I have been extra cautious with isolating because I’m 36 weeks pregnant. However, she found a way to make it happen on my birthday! Here’s a photo of us social distancing but spending time together :)
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  • In Plano, Texas generous neighbors set up tables and shelves with food and household goods including paper towels and toilet paper for those who need it. Great example of how a crisis brings out the best in people.
    In Plano, Texas generous neighbors set up tables and shelves with food and household goods including paper towels and toilet paper for those who need it. Great example of how a crisis brings out the best in people.
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  • These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
    These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
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  • Kids being creative again.
    Kids being creative again.
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  • An 18-year old pre-vet college student has taken charge over a grim situation during this time and has turned it into something positive. During this time we have been seeing a large boom in the amount of animals needing homes. More and more pets / farm animals are being dumped and even when COVID is over many still will not be able to keep animals due to the effect having lost their job has put on their ability to pay for their animals care. Tiffany Bellissimo has decided to start a farm animal sanctuary on her family's farm, Lilymoore Farm, in order to help all these animals in need of a home. Dreaming of a Chance Farm Animal Sanctuary looks to help take in these animals in need of a home as well as rescue and rehabilitate many more animals in need. Many people have been focusing on household pets but farm animals unfortunately haven't been on a lot of people's radar. Many farmers and backyard poultry owners have had difficulty being able to care for their animals anymore so Dreaming of a Chance is here to help. Tiffany has created a safe place for animals in need. She is mostly focusing on poultry right now until she can gain enough support to be able to expand into helping large farm animals as well.
    An 18-year old pre-vet college student has taken charge over a grim situation during this time and has turned it into something positive. During this time we have been seeing a large boom in the amount of animals needing homes. More and more pets / farm animals are being dumped and even when COVID is over many still will not be able to keep animals due to the effect having lost their job has put on their ability to pay for their animals care. Tiffany Bellissimo has decided to start a farm animal sanctuary on her family's farm, Lilymoore Farm, in order to help all these animals in need of a home. Dreaming of a Chance Farm Animal Sanctuary looks to help take in these animals in need of a home as well as rescue and rehabilitate many more animals in need. Many people have been focusing on household pets but farm animals unfortunately haven't been on a lot of people's radar. Many farmers and backyard poultry owners have had difficulty being able to care for their animals anymore so Dreaming of a Chance is here to help. Tiffany has created a safe place for animals in need. She is mostly focusing on poultry right now until she can gain enough support to be able to expand into helping large farm animals as well.
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  • John and Tina Lynch ran up the steps to kill time !
    John and Tina Lynch ran up the steps to kill time !
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  • Charlie Grace Walden is giving her great granny a kiss through the window - can’t keep a girl from seeing her granny ❤️ Waverly, Tn
    Charlie Grace Walden is giving her great granny a kiss through the window - can’t keep a girl from seeing her granny ❤️ Waverly, Tn
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  • A few weeks ago our girls decided they wanted to try to make a difference and raise money for nurses and doctors in the hospital... in just a few short weeks these 11 YEAR OLD girls have raised just over $16,000 and each day its growing!! We have sent meals to 2000 nurse and doctors and have covered ALMOST every hospital on Long Island. So far we have sent to 21 different hospitals all while supporting a small local business while helping him keep his restaurant open! These girls have been a team since they were 5 years old. They are an amazing group of girls and the community’s support has been absolutely amazing!!! Please consider sharing our story and getting the word out! I’m so happy to be able to teach these girls and the community that even in the darkest times there is always a way to make it brighter!
    A few weeks ago our girls decided they wanted to try to make a difference and raise money for nurses and doctors in the hospital... in just a few short weeks these 11 YEAR OLD girls have raised just over $16,000 and each day its growing!! We have sent meals to 2000 nurse and doctors and have covered ALMOST every hospital on Long Island. So far we have sent to 21 different hospitals all while supporting a small local business while helping him keep his restaurant open! These girls have been a team since they were 5 years old. They are an amazing group of girls and the community’s support has been absolutely amazing!!! Please consider sharing our story and getting the word out! I’m so happy to be able to teach these girls and the community that even in the darkest times there is always a way to make it brighter!
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  • Daddy Daughter Dance!!!!!
    Daddy Daughter Dance!!!!!
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  • This is our Great Dane his name is Enzio. He is deaf and sight impaired but you would never know it. He was at our amazing veterinarian getting his pedicure practicing being safe. One of his favorite places to go is the vets because he loves Monica so much. Hope you enjoy the photo Tresa and Michael
    This is our Great Dane his name is Enzio. He is deaf and sight impaired but you would never know it. He was at our amazing veterinarian getting his pedicure practicing being safe. One of his favorite places to go is the vets because he loves Monica so much. Hope you enjoy the photo Tresa and Michael
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  • Good morning and I hope that you are staying safe and healthy through this tough time. I just wanted to share this picture of myself, my mother and my father. I am a nurse in a facility that cares for covid positive patients. My mother is a Registered Nurse in the VA treating veterans with covid. And my father is an EMT transporting and caring for covid patients as well. We are fighting this virus head on. In the field every day doing what we love. We will overcome this. Thank you to all the heroes out there on the frontlines. We will continue to kick corona virus @$$!
    Good morning and I hope that you are staying safe and healthy through this tough time. I just wanted to share this picture of myself, my mother and my father. I am a nurse in a facility that cares for covid positive patients. My mother is a Registered Nurse in the VA treating veterans with covid. And my father is an EMT transporting and caring for covid patients as well. We are fighting this virus head on. In the field every day doing what we love. We will overcome this. Thank you to all the heroes out there on the frontlines. We will continue to kick corona virus @$$!
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  • This is a photo taken of my Granddaughter, Rhyan Elizabeth, 2, this fall. I think this photo is so beautiful, and her awe and respect of our great flag brings me back to a happier time. It reminds me that we WILL get through this together as a nation
    This is a photo taken of my Granddaughter, Rhyan Elizabeth, 2, this fall. I think this photo is so beautiful, and her awe and respect of our great flag brings me back to a happier time. It reminds me that we WILL get through this together as a nation
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  • I went out today with a mask and had difficulties because my glasses fogged up. I had a friend suggest that I use some shaving cream. Wow, I just tried it and it worked great, NO FOG! # - Too much time at home.
    I went out today with a mask and had difficulties because my glasses fogged up. I had a friend suggest that I use some shaving cream. Wow, I just tried it and it worked great, NO FOG! # - Too much time at home.
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  • My name is Amanda Pfizenmayer, I am a nurse working the front lines during this pandemic, and it’s been amazing seeing all of the support. With that, I wanted to congratulate my little brother, Justin Gifford, from graduating basic training and returning home to us. We had a surprise car show parade, in true social distancing style! I will attach the video and a picture, maybe it can be posted for the news!!! It’s amazing to see happy events happening during these otherwise challenging times. Thank you! Amanda Pfizenmayer
    My name is Amanda Pfizenmayer, I am a nurse working the front lines during this pandemic, and it’s been amazing seeing all of the support. With that, I wanted to congratulate my little brother, Justin Gifford, from graduating basic training and returning home to us. We had a surprise car show parade, in true social distancing style! I will attach the video and a picture, maybe it can be posted for the news!!! It’s amazing to see happy events happening during these otherwise challenging times. Thank you! Amanda Pfizenmayer
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  • During the coronavirus lockdown, 90-year-old James L. Setting Jr., current resident of the Harmony at West Shore retirement community in Mechanicsburg, PA, is visited by his great nephew E J Zigerell and E J's eight-year-old daughter, Kathryn. Kathryn sent a message of love to her great uncle ("Uncle Junior") with a chalk drawing on the parking lot below his fourth-floor window, including a Hershey Kiss, which is Uncle Junior's favorite candy! Uncle Junior recently moved from Delaware to Pennsylvania, to be close to family. Uncle Junior is staying at Harmony at West Shore until his permanent residency is completed at Harmony at Hershey—a fitting home for someone who loves Hershey Kisses!
    During the coronavirus lockdown, 90-year-old James L. Setting Jr., current resident of the Harmony at West Shore retirement community in Mechanicsburg, PA, is visited by his great nephew E J Zigerell and E J's eight-year-old daughter, Kathryn. Kathryn sent a message of love to her great uncle ("Uncle Junior") with a chalk drawing on the parking lot below his fourth-floor window, including a Hershey Kiss, which is Uncle Junior's favorite candy! Uncle Junior recently moved from Delaware to Pennsylvania, to be close to family. Uncle Junior is staying at Harmony at West Shore until his permanent residency is completed at Harmony at Hershey—a fitting home for someone who loves Hershey Kisses!
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  • When my daughter Jackie heads out to work as an RN working with COVID patients each day, her two sons , Tommy and Ethan proudly send her off ... After 30 days of separation Jackie had endured a lot of sorrow and needed a hug, a retired nurse and she wrapped themselves in a sheet and wearing PPE masks ended 30 days of separation.
    When my daughter Jackie heads out to work as an RN working with COVID patients each day, her two sons , Tommy and Ethan proudly send her off ... After 30 days of separation Jackie had endured a lot of sorrow and needed a hug, a retired nurse and she wrapped themselves in a sheet and wearing PPE masks ended 30 days of separation.
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  • In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and out of concern for our patients and staff, Cornerstone Family Medicine instituted drive-up visits! Our goal was to continue to provide care for all health care needs, including our healthy patients. Many of our patients are elderly who need follow up care for well-checks such as blood pressure, diabetes checks, cholesterol and COPD follow-ups, etc. We were concerned that they would not receive the up to date treatments they needed to maintain optimum health. One month ago we began seeing our patients in their own cars to reduce risk on their part. Our doctors and providers are now battling heat warnings and 100+ degree days, but continue to serve both healthy and sick patients in our community. Our patients truly appreciate the sacrifices made on the part of our medical providers.
    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and out of concern for our patients and staff, Cornerstone Family Medicine instituted drive-up visits! Our goal was to continue to provide care for all health care needs, including our healthy patients. Many of our patients are elderly who need follow up care for well-checks such as blood pressure, diabetes checks, cholesterol and COPD follow-ups, etc. We were concerned that they would not receive the up to date treatments they needed to maintain optimum health. One month ago we began seeing our patients in their own cars to reduce risk on their part. Our doctors and providers are now battling heat warnings and 100+ degree days, but continue to serve both healthy and sick patients in our community. Our patients truly appreciate the sacrifices made on the part of our medical providers.
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  • With my new found love/hate relationship with homeschool I find myself trying to find new ways to not only be creative but to also recognize that these times are real and that I’m going to show my boys a way we can give back when staying home to help save lives. My husband is one of those essential workers, so it’s just us three at home most weeks. If our little art projects puts a smile on someone’s face in these times then I’d say we did our part. Thank you for considering our picture! Be safe, Kara Langus
    With my new found love/hate relationship with homeschool I find myself trying to find new ways to not only be creative but to also recognize that these times are real and that I’m going to show my boys a way we can give back when staying home to help save lives. My husband is one of those essential workers, so it’s just us three at home most weeks. If our little art projects puts a smile on someone’s face in these times then I’d say we did our part. Thank you for considering our picture! Be safe, Kara Langus
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  • A sad reality… I never would have guessed that in America our freedoms would be limited and our parks would be closed… Menomonie, WI -Cassie
    A sad reality… I never would have guessed that in America our freedoms would be limited and our parks would be closed… Menomonie, WI -Cassie
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  • Here is our grandson Aiden Miller of Naples Florida doing pledge to flag before starting his homeschooling day.
    Here is our grandson Aiden Miller of Naples Florida doing pledge to flag before starting his homeschooling day.
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  • Hi Fox, This is my father-in-law, Ron Britt from Ron’s Mind, Body, and Soul Health Food Store in Mt. Pleasant, Texas (photo taken there today) finding a way to make wearing the mask more than just utilitarian. I love this picture! He’s so great!
    Hi Fox, This is my father-in-law, Ron Britt from Ron’s Mind, Body, and Soul Health Food Store in Mt. Pleasant, Texas (photo taken there today) finding a way to make wearing the mask more than just utilitarian. I love this picture! He’s so great!
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  • First, gotta say, thanks Fox News, for being our go-to channel. I painted this yesterday titled “Flying Free”, in the spirit of sharing a patriotic hug. I’ve been an art director for 30 years and artists are suffering through this crisis, their revenue has evaporated. Please give a shout out to all the artists! They are painting on a wing and a prayer and trusting in a better tomorrow! Art heals the soul. Thank you for sharing! Sincerely, Colleen Buchweitz
    First, gotta say, thanks Fox News, for being our go-to channel. I painted this yesterday titled “Flying Free”, in the spirit of sharing a patriotic hug. I’ve been an art director for 30 years and artists are suffering through this crisis, their revenue has evaporated. Please give a shout out to all the artists! They are painting on a wing and a prayer and trusting in a better tomorrow! Art heals the soul. Thank you for sharing! Sincerely, Colleen Buchweitz
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  • Coronavirus didn’t stop Lida to bring flowers to her 98 year old mother Elena
    Coronavirus didn’t stop Lida to bring flowers to her 98 year old mother Elena
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  • These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
    These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
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  • A picture of a grandmother practicing due diligence and saying "Hello" to her darling granddaughter during our "maintain your distancing" guideline. To use the vernacular, the show of love "don't get no better" than this:
    A picture of a grandmother practicing due diligence and saying "Hello" to her darling granddaughter during our "maintain your distancing" guideline. To use the vernacular, the show of love "don't get no better" than this:
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  • This is Truman the Camel. Our neighborhood needed some cheering up so our HOA approved a different kind of stroll through our streets. It was just what we all needed. As we socially distanced by staying in our own yards, Truman and friends strolled by all 176 homes, spreading kindness and hope. The excitement was palpable as families stood together on the edge of their lawns in expectation
    This is Truman the Camel. Our neighborhood needed some cheering up so our HOA approved a different kind of stroll through our streets. It was just what we all needed. As we socially distanced by staying in our own yards, Truman and friends strolled by all 176 homes, spreading kindness and hope. The excitement was palpable as families stood together on the edge of their lawns in expectation
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  • Hi! My daughter, Torri Zanella, enjoyed drawing this for her 14th birthday. It's the symbol from her favorite movie, Tangled, and to her it expresses hope! If you select this, will we be notified so we can watch for it? Please keep fighting to keep spirits high! Thanks and stay healthy! Katie Zanella, Pittsburgh Pa
    Hi! My daughter, Torri Zanella, enjoyed drawing this for her 14th birthday. It's the symbol from her favorite movie, Tangled, and to her it expresses hope! If you select this, will we be notified so we can watch for it? Please keep fighting to keep spirits high! Thanks and stay healthy! Katie Zanella, Pittsburgh Pa
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  • Truly a surreal experience being quarantined with my ‘Best friend” and wife. All we need is a “good hair cut”… and a long walk with the puppies. All the Best.!. Bill and Liz Murphy..
    Truly a surreal experience being quarantined with my ‘Best friend” and wife. All we need is a “good hair cut”… and a long walk with the puppies. All the Best.!. Bill and Liz Murphy..
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  • After dropping off treats to my mom, I drove by her room for a wave and she had it all decorated! My mom is 89 years old and living in a FABULOUS senior community.
    After dropping off treats to my mom, I drove by her room for a wave and she had it all decorated! My mom is 89 years old and living in a FABULOUS senior community.
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  • ICU, We See You The San Luis Obispo wine community showed gratitude for local ICU staff, and other first responders with a second round of wine donations on April 23, 2020. Over 40 wineries from across the county participated in gifting cases and thank you notes to employees at Twin Cities, Sierra Vista, French and AG hospitals. Staff from Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards and Lone Madrone/Bristols Cider House delivered nearly 20 cases of wine to each hospital, earning cheers from excited doctors and nurses.
    ICU, We See You The San Luis Obispo wine community showed gratitude for local ICU staff, and other first responders with a second round of wine donations on April 23, 2020. Over 40 wineries from across the county participated in gifting cases and thank you notes to employees at Twin Cities, Sierra Vista, French and AG hospitals. Staff from Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards and Lone Madrone/Bristols Cider House delivered nearly 20 cases of wine to each hospital, earning cheers from excited doctors and nurses.
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  • My oldest daughter bored with no school during spring break started working on a math positivity project sewing masks for family/friends/essential business workers Not about to waste the scraps we made a few for our mini friends too
    My oldest daughter bored with no school during spring break started working on a math positivity project sewing masks for family/friends/essential business workers Not about to waste the scraps we made a few for our mini friends too
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  • Virginia Smith, 95-year-old mother of four, 11 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren, waves to two of her great grandchildren with their mother (l to r: Graham, Brinley, and Andrew) through the window of her daughter’s home in Jensen Beach FL. She would much rather be giving them a hug and a kiss than waving through the window but is doing her part and remaining isolated from the community.
    Virginia Smith, 95-year-old mother of four, 11 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren, waves to two of her great grandchildren with their mother (l to r: Graham, Brinley, and Andrew) through the window of her daughter’s home in Jensen Beach FL. She would much rather be giving them a hug and a kiss than waving through the window but is doing her part and remaining isolated from the community.
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  • Our business normally manufactures perfumes, lotions, and body wash that is sold in boutiques around the country. We temporarily converted our production lines to bottle hand sanitizer from a local distillery (Bone Spirits Distillery) to meet the immediate Covid19 need. We recently had a community drive-thru in our small town of Smithville, TX where ~ 2000 bottles of hand sanitizer were given away to local residents. Cars were lined up, and the community was so thankful. In the midst of all of these difficult times, this was a good day. Community over Covid. Be safe & Be well!
    Our business normally manufactures perfumes, lotions, and body wash that is sold in boutiques around the country. We temporarily converted our production lines to bottle hand sanitizer from a local distillery (Bone Spirits Distillery) to meet the immediate Covid19 need. We recently had a community drive-thru in our small town of Smithville, TX where ~ 2000 bottles of hand sanitizer were given away to local residents. Cars were lined up, and the community was so thankful. In the midst of all of these difficult times, this was a good day. Community over Covid. Be safe & Be well!
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  • Our daughter Elizabeth (4) got to visit with her grandparents today from a distance. Because they couldn’t engage in any real hugs, they kept air hugging each other. The bright side is, of course, that air hugging was more entertaining for a 4 year old than a real hug would’ve been anyways!
    Our daughter Elizabeth (4) got to visit with her grandparents today from a distance. Because they couldn’t engage in any real hugs, they kept air hugging each other. The bright side is, of course, that air hugging was more entertaining for a 4 year old than a real hug would’ve been anyways!
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  • Since we have social distancing in place. My 4th Grade neice (Emma) and her brother, my nephew (Sammy) wanted to do more than just send a video or phone message to wish me, my daughter and mother (who all have birthdays this week). They asked their parents to come and do a “drive by” birthday wish and give us “air hugs” for our birthday. We really enjoyed it.
    Since we have social distancing in place. My 4th Grade neice (Emma) and her brother, my nephew (Sammy) wanted to do more than just send a video or phone message to wish me, my daughter and mother (who all have birthdays this week). They asked their parents to come and do a “drive by” birthday wish and give us “air hugs” for our birthday. We really enjoyed it.
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  • This is our mascot, from Falcon Elementary School of Technology in Falcon, Colorado along with nutrition services from across the school district (School District 49) who have been providing free lunches to our community.
    This is our mascot, from Falcon Elementary School of Technology in Falcon, Colorado along with nutrition services from across the school district (School District 49) who have been providing free lunches to our community.
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  • These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
    These are my children’s spring pictures. They were taken by Aerial Landmark Photography here in Hopkinsville KY, and I created the artwork. We have permission to post the photos. We hope they may be placed on the air to brighten someone’s day! God Bless! Warm Regards, Mrs. Amanda Collins Hopkinsville, KY
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  • My husband and I making the most of the directive to wear masks while grabbing takeout in Los Angeles. :) -Sara & Dan L.
    My husband and I making the most of the directive to wear masks while grabbing takeout in Los Angeles. :) -Sara & Dan L.
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  • I want to share our beautiful wedding story with you. We were supposed to get married with 250 guests around us in our home parish. We planned on a beautiful reception at a vineyard in Maryland. God had other plans for us, we were able to get a marriage license and have a beautiful ceremony in our living room with our priest outside the window and our photographer out a side window. We Facebook lived the whole thing and 900 plus family members, friends and strangers were able to join us in witnessing hope and love in this pandemic. We want to share our story to show how God’s plan is more beautiful than we know. There is beauty in these ashes. Thank you, Lacie and Christian Winkle
    I want to share our beautiful wedding story with you. We were supposed to get married with 250 guests around us in our home parish. We planned on a beautiful reception at a vineyard in Maryland. God had other plans for us, we were able to get a marriage license and have a beautiful ceremony in our living room with our priest outside the window and our photographer out a side window. We Facebook lived the whole thing and 900 plus family members, friends and strangers were able to join us in witnessing hope and love in this pandemic. We want to share our story to show how God’s plan is more beautiful than we know. There is beauty in these ashes. Thank you, Lacie and Christian Winkle
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  • Our high school’s softball team didn’t get to have their traditional senior recognition, so the team’s parents coordinates a surprise parade for them today. Phil Pyle Alexandria, AL
    Our high school’s softball team didn’t get to have their traditional senior recognition, so the team’s parents coordinates a surprise parade for them today. Phil Pyle Alexandria, AL
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  • Meet my brother Mark. Ever since my brother retired from Honda he has devoted himself to finding ways to give back or help those in need. This is Mark (and I) delivering food from our food pantry in Grove City, Ohio to those in need. Mark is proof that not all heroes wear capes, some are cleverly disguised in a mask and 5k race shirts. ❤️
    Meet my brother Mark. Ever since my brother retired from Honda he has devoted himself to finding ways to give back or help those in need. This is Mark (and I) delivering food from our food pantry in Grove City, Ohio to those in need. Mark is proof that not all heroes wear capes, some are cleverly disguised in a mask and 5k race shirts. ❤️
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  • Working the night shift and fighting COVID-19 with Florida State University Internal Medicine Residency program in Tallahassee, FL.
    Working the night shift and fighting COVID-19 with Florida State University Internal Medicine Residency program in Tallahassee, FL.
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  • Dear Fox News, "Victory Garden" project started by my daughter-in-law, Helen Pugh, through her work at the Eisennhower Foundation in Abilene, Kansas. It involved many community partners, volunteers, educators, parents and children. Donated garden supplies were picked up by families and accompanying lesson plans distributed to teachers. This is very special for many reasons, including the connection with the World War Victory Garden efforts, saving the food supplies for our soldiers. Today, parents and teachers are searching for healthy, productive, educational ideas for the children and students.
    Dear Fox News, "Victory Garden" project started by my daughter-in-law, Helen Pugh, through her work at the Eisennhower Foundation in Abilene, Kansas. It involved many community partners, volunteers, educators, parents and children. Donated garden supplies were picked up by families and accompanying lesson plans distributed to teachers. This is very special for many reasons, including the connection with the World War Victory Garden efforts, saving the food supplies for our soldiers. Today, parents and teachers are searching for healthy, productive, educational ideas for the children and students.
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  • Thought this might be a great human interest – happy – story and picture from 9 year old! Below is Reilly Doherty a 3rd grade student in Auburn, MA about 45 minutes west of Boston. Reilly greatly misses her teachers, school and her friends. She also participates in soccer and cheerleading which she totally enjoys. She’s not the type of child to sit and play computer games all day so she decided she wanted to do something to spread a safety message to her family and friends. Her dad taped out the blocks in her driveway, she used chalk to patiently color each block, Removed the tape and then wrote the message. Perhaps I’m prejudiced since she is my granddaughter but I think it’s a splendid work from Such a young girl and it sends a heartfelt message showing how this pandemic has affected not just adults but children too. I hope you will find some way to use this brief story. If you have any questions or would Like further information, please do not hesitate to contact me – I would love to hear from Fox. I’m a big fan!!!! Thank you for your consideration. Linda Doherty
    Thought this might be a great human interest – happy – story and picture from 9 year old! Below is Reilly Doherty a 3rd grade student in Auburn, MA about 45 minutes west of Boston. Reilly greatly misses her teachers, school and her friends. She also participates in soccer and cheerleading which she totally enjoys. She’s not the type of child to sit and play computer games all day so she decided she wanted to do something to spread a safety message to her family and friends. Her dad taped out the blocks in her driveway, she used chalk to patiently color each block, Removed the tape and then wrote the message. Perhaps I’m prejudiced since she is my granddaughter but I think it’s a splendid work from Such a young girl and it sends a heartfelt message showing how this pandemic has affected not just adults but children too. I hope you will find some way to use this brief story. If you have any questions or would Like further information, please do not hesitate to contact me – I would love to hear from Fox. I’m a big fan!!!! Thank you for your consideration. Linda Doherty
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  • My name is Brenda Johnson. Early April, I asked my aunt if she could assist in making some masks. I told her I’d buy supplies, if she could sew. She made around 300. The special part of this story is that she works in a nursing home in a dementia unit. The unit is a wing that is separated from all other patients. My two aunts are CNA’s in that unit. She took the material and supplies with her and had some patients to help. The patient in the picture is Ms Barbara. She worked very hard. My aunt said “Barbara, I’m going to have to get you a special gift,” to which she said,” Well really I just want one of these masks!” It all melted my heart! Production warriors! This is in Hanceville, Alabama
    My name is Brenda Johnson. Early April, I asked my aunt if she could assist in making some masks. I told her I’d buy supplies, if she could sew. She made around 300. The special part of this story is that she works in a nursing home in a dementia unit. The unit is a wing that is separated from all other patients. My two aunts are CNA’s in that unit. She took the material and supplies with her and had some patients to help. The patient in the picture is Ms Barbara. She worked very hard. My aunt said “Barbara, I’m going to have to get you a special gift,” to which she said,” Well really I just want one of these masks!” It all melted my heart! Production warriors! This is in Hanceville, Alabama
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  • This is one of our patients and her best friend who always comes in dressed up for a theme for her chemo treatment. Today we are knocking out cancer. Their positive attitude always makes us smile especially during this outbreak!
    This is one of our patients and her best friend who always comes in dressed up for a theme for her chemo treatment. Today we are knocking out cancer. Their positive attitude always makes us smile especially during this outbreak!
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  • Cars line up at Church of the Intercessor in Malverne, NY to receive Communion curbside each Sunday. The priests wear gloves and masks, and maintain social distance. Masks were also given out to those in need. Services are live-streamed at noon throughout the week and Sunday mornings.
    Cars line up at Church of the Intercessor in Malverne, NY to receive Communion curbside each Sunday. The priests wear gloves and masks, and maintain social distance. Masks were also given out to those in need. Services are live-streamed at noon throughout the week and Sunday mornings.
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  • Our family decided to put together a sign thanking those working to keep our country together. We lit it up for those going by in the night time hours. We will get through this together.
    Our family decided to put together a sign thanking those working to keep our country together. We lit it up for those going by in the night time hours. We will get through this together.
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  • The Cassata Family Donates “1000” N95 Facemasks, “100” Meals and $15,000 to Huntington Hospital
    The Cassata Family Donates “1000” N95 Facemasks, “100” Meals and $15,000 to Huntington Hospital
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  • Hello! We got married April 25th after having to cancel our original wedding plans. Additionally I am 27 weeks pregnant! Let me know if you would like more photos or more of our story! Warmly, Hanna Zipes Basel
    Hello! We got married April 25th after having to cancel our original wedding plans. Additionally I am 27 weeks pregnant! Let me know if you would like more photos or more of our story! Warmly, Hanna Zipes Basel
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  • This is a photo of my daughter Jackie, a RN working in NYU Hospital, giving s birthday hug to her mom, who is a retired nurse. It was the first contact in over a month and only after my daughter was tested negative for COVID, even so they hugged through a sheet
    This is a photo of my daughter Jackie, a RN working in NYU Hospital, giving s birthday hug to her mom, who is a retired nurse. It was the first contact in over a month and only after my daughter was tested negative for COVID, even so they hugged through a sheet
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  • My husband and son and I created a sign to hold over the highway in Newtown, CT, to let the truckers below know how much we appreciate them and all they are doing to keep things moving in our country! Hoping we brought a smile to their hearts in their long days. Loved the joyous sound of continuous horns blowing 😊 Thank you, Karen Curran and fam Newtown, CT
    My husband and son and I created a sign to hold over the highway in Newtown, CT, to let the truckers below know how much we appreciate them and all they are doing to keep things moving in our country! Hoping we brought a smile to their hearts in their long days. Loved the joyous sound of continuous horns blowing 😊 Thank you, Karen Curran and fam Newtown, CT
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  • The chalk art of Lainey and family in Lakewood Colorado encouraging everyone to hang in there
    The chalk art of Lainey and family in Lakewood Colorado encouraging everyone to hang in there
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  • Hello, I know you have done some stories about local people making masks. But I haven't seen a story about using a 3D printer to make respirators or these little straps that relieve the pressure off of your ears when wearing the surgical style masks. Now the story… Concordia University Wisconsin put out a call for schools with 3D printers to start making respirator masks to donate to Children's Hospital and other Wisconsin medical organizations. I asked the principal at Good Shepherd Lutheran School if I was allowed to take the 3D printers home and start production, she replied with an overwhelming "YES". So we converted our laundry room into making these masks along with ear strain relief straps for people that are wearing the surgical style mask. It's a whole family affair with keeping these 3D printers printing 24/7 to produce as much as possible. (End of the story) I'm going to be dropping these masks off on Friday at Concordia University Wisconsin and then will be going to local businesses to drop off more of the ear strain relief straps. Let me know if you want to make a story out of this in case you want a better picture of all the masks and straps. In the picture, from Tallest to shortest -- Lee Bely, Trinity Bely and Kylee Bely.
    Hello, I know you have done some stories about local people making masks. But I haven't seen a story about using a 3D printer to make respirators or these little straps that relieve the pressure off of your ears when wearing the surgical style masks. Now the story… Concordia University Wisconsin put out a call for schools with 3D printers to start making respirator masks to donate to Children's Hospital and other Wisconsin medical organizations. I asked the principal at Good Shepherd Lutheran School if I was allowed to take the 3D printers home and start production, she replied with an overwhelming "YES". So we converted our laundry room into making these masks along with ear strain relief straps for people that are wearing the surgical style mask. It's a whole family affair with keeping these 3D printers printing 24/7 to produce as much as possible. (End of the story) I'm going to be dropping these masks off on Friday at Concordia University Wisconsin and then will be going to local businesses to drop off more of the ear strain relief straps. Let me know if you want to make a story out of this in case you want a better picture of all the masks and straps. In the picture, from Tallest to shortest -- Lee Bely, Trinity Bely and Kylee Bely.
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  • Daphne reads to her friend Mila in Plymouth Mi as every day is a good day to share a story , even if you have to keep your distance
    Daphne reads to her friend Mila in Plymouth Mi as every day is a good day to share a story , even if you have to keep your distance
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  • To Whom It May Concern: I recently read your article on the Fox website. I would like to submit the following account of my personal experience of the Coronavirus pandemic. The attached photos were taken by me at Phoenix Sky Harbor on March 28, 2020. Thank you for your time and consideration
    To Whom It May Concern: I recently read your article on the Fox website. I would like to submit the following account of my personal experience of the Coronavirus pandemic. The attached photos were taken by me at Phoenix Sky Harbor on March 28, 2020. Thank you for your time and consideration
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  • After 13 days at Mount Siani hospital in Manhattan my twin brother is finally home. His care was outstanding while he suffered through pneumonia and was on oxygen as a result of this terrible pandemic. Special thanks go out to Teresa (in photo on day of discharge Sunday 4/5). What a beautiful way to celebrate Palm Sunday. We were blessed and will now turn our prays to our family, friends and neighbors going through similar situations. Godspeed.
    After 13 days at Mount Siani hospital in Manhattan my twin brother is finally home. His care was outstanding while he suffered through pneumonia and was on oxygen as a result of this terrible pandemic. Special thanks go out to Teresa (in photo on day of discharge Sunday 4/5). What a beautiful way to celebrate Palm Sunday. We were blessed and will now turn our prays to our family, friends and neighbors going through similar situations. Godspeed.
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  • My wife and I usually volunteer at Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill, Florida. Since volunteer activities have ceased, we wanted to do something to show our support for those still in the trenches
    My wife and I usually volunteer at Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill, Florida. Since volunteer activities have ceased, we wanted to do something to show our support for those still in the trenches
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  • Went to play the quarantine version of hide and seek with my grandsons. I’m wearing my “Super Me Maw” cape so I can fly. 😊
    Went to play the quarantine version of hide and seek with my grandsons. I’m wearing my “Super Me Maw” cape so I can fly. 😊
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  • Our family wishes to show support to all the heroes out there and would love to share this photo with you and anyone out there. We’ve been working very hard on this project and it is finally completed. Thank you and God Bless America! The Lipov Family.
    Our family wishes to show support to all the heroes out there and would love to share this photo with you and anyone out there. We’ve been working very hard on this project and it is finally completed. Thank you and God Bless America! The Lipov Family.
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  • These pictures represent the staff at the New Victorian Inn and Suites in Omaha Nebraska. We strive to keep our guests happy and do everything we can to keep them safe from the virus. Many people stay with us a lot and call us home away from home. We are happy that our doors have been able to stay open and continue to serve not only our wonderful guests coming through but also many truck drivers who rely on a place to be able to get much needed rest and a hot shower. As employees of this great company we are more than proud to wear our hero shirts and help those who need it.
    These pictures represent the staff at the New Victorian Inn and Suites in Omaha Nebraska. We strive to keep our guests happy and do everything we can to keep them safe from the virus. Many people stay with us a lot and call us home away from home. We are happy that our doors have been able to stay open and continue to serve not only our wonderful guests coming through but also many truck drivers who rely on a place to be able to get much needed rest and a hot shower. As employees of this great company we are more than proud to wear our hero shirts and help those who need it.
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  • Just wanted to send pictures of my family going to see my dad and taking food to the staff at the retirement center where he is at. His name is Bill Whitley and he is 96 years old get ready to turn 97 on May 19. His father started our family business whitley’s Funeral Home back in 1913 and my father took it over. We miss him so much because we are so used to taking him to his favorite restaurants in town and bringing him his favorite candy and that we cannot do now He doesn’t fully understand what is going on. This moment was sweet and sad at the same time because as you can see I Cannot touch him or give him a hug. Everyone in my small hometown knows him because he is the funeral director as he is referred to. This is very hard on my family because we worry about him but at the same time we have to carry on our business of running the funeral home with the Quarantine going on. Just wanted to share our pictures with everyone thank you very much
    Just wanted to send pictures of my family going to see my dad and taking food to the staff at the retirement center where he is at. His name is Bill Whitley and he is 96 years old get ready to turn 97 on May 19. His father started our family business whitley’s Funeral Home back in 1913 and my father took it over. We miss him so much because we are so used to taking him to his favorite restaurants in town and bringing him his favorite candy and that we cannot do now He doesn’t fully understand what is going on. This moment was sweet and sad at the same time because as you can see I Cannot touch him or give him a hug. Everyone in my small hometown knows him because he is the funeral director as he is referred to. This is very hard on my family because we worry about him but at the same time we have to carry on our business of running the funeral home with the Quarantine going on. Just wanted to share our pictures with everyone thank you very much
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  • This is my wife, soulmate and the light at the end of my day. Her name is Heather Parks and I love her so. She is a medic for our local ambulance service (Community) here on Macon GA. She is selfless and it brings her great joy to help those through her job that are going through some of the scariest times with their health. I know and have come to terms with her going to work everyday and being exposed to who knows what and I support her in every way, because I know that she loves her job and enjoys helping people. When the COVID-19 started to hit our area hard my concern for her safety grew as the hospital and a ambulance services became overwhelmed. The first time she had to transport a COVOD-19 patient and I seen her in full hazmat gear my heart dropped. I fell to my knees and asked the Lord to protect her (which he does). I asked her if she wanted to quit so that she wouldn’t be exposed and she said “no honey this is what I signed up for and these people need help, we must be there for them”. Since then she has transported several more patients at their time of greatest need.I know that they are receiving the greatest compassion and care possible from not only my wife but all of her partners, nurses doctors and first responders here in our area. So to my wife, my HERO I give a shout out to you and all of our heroes who are risking everything to be there for those during their greatest need. I love you My Hero Psalm 91
    This is my wife, soulmate and the light at the end of my day. Her name is Heather Parks and I love her so. She is a medic for our local ambulance service (Community) here on Macon GA. She is selfless and it brings her great joy to help those through her job that are going through some of the scariest times with their health. I know and have come to terms with her going to work everyday and being exposed to who knows what and I support her in every way, because I know that she loves her job and enjoys helping people. When the COVID-19 started to hit our area hard my concern for her safety grew as the hospital and a ambulance services became overwhelmed. The first time she had to transport a COVOD-19 patient and I seen her in full hazmat gear my heart dropped. I fell to my knees and asked the Lord to protect her (which he does). I asked her if she wanted to quit so that she wouldn’t be exposed and she said “no honey this is what I signed up for and these people need help, we must be there for them”. Since then she has transported several more patients at their time of greatest need.I know that they are receiving the greatest compassion and care possible from not only my wife but all of her partners, nurses doctors and first responders here in our area. So to my wife, my HERO I give a shout out to you and all of our heroes who are risking everything to be there for those during their greatest need. I love you My Hero Psalm 91
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  • Hi! This is my family, my husband and I tested positive for Covid 19 a few weeks ago. My husband was extremely ill, he had a high fever for 12 days and couldn’t eat or get out of bed. It was very hard to care for our children while we were both so sick or to comfort my 1 year old when he got a high fever but thankfully we are past the worst of it. We are still low on energy and I get a low fever at night but the worst is behind us. Thankful for our family who dropped groceries to our porch and made us soup when we were too sick to cook. Hoping everyone is taking this seriously and staying home! We are young and active parents and we were struggling to crawl out of bed to care for our children. Everyone stay safe!
    Hi! This is my family, my husband and I tested positive for Covid 19 a few weeks ago. My husband was extremely ill, he had a high fever for 12 days and couldn’t eat or get out of bed. It was very hard to care for our children while we were both so sick or to comfort my 1 year old when he got a high fever but thankfully we are past the worst of it. We are still low on energy and I get a low fever at night but the worst is behind us. Thankful for our family who dropped groceries to our porch and made us soup when we were too sick to cook. Hoping everyone is taking this seriously and staying home! We are young and active parents and we were struggling to crawl out of bed to care for our children. Everyone stay safe!
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  • This here is a picture of me and my sister.We been have been trying our best to use this time to get close and have fun together.We hope you get to use our photo.(Was hard to capture this since she doesn’t like photos lol)
    This here is a picture of me and my sister.We been have been trying our best to use this time to get close and have fun together.We hope you get to use our photo.(Was hard to capture this since she doesn’t like photos lol)
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  • My daughter Lindsay is a clinical dietitian at Park West hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee. While they have not had a major influx of COVID-19 patients, the atmosphere and stress level is very tense. As a small gesture of thanks to these brave men and women, I had pizzas sent from a local restaurant for her department and related colleagues. Attached are photos of them receiving and enjoying them! My daughter is on the far right in Photo #1. A special shout-out to The Red Onion restaurant in Knoxville for going above and beyond. The owner's wife sewed and gave my daughter a mask, and the owner included a homemade card expressing my thanks for the work Lindsay and her colleagues are doing. They are my heroes.
    My daughter Lindsay is a clinical dietitian at Park West hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee. While they have not had a major influx of COVID-19 patients, the atmosphere and stress level is very tense. As a small gesture of thanks to these brave men and women, I had pizzas sent from a local restaurant for her department and related colleagues. Attached are photos of them receiving and enjoying them! My daughter is on the far right in Photo #1. A special shout-out to The Red Onion restaurant in Knoxville for going above and beyond. The owner's wife sewed and gave my daughter a mask, and the owner included a homemade card expressing my thanks for the work Lindsay and her colleagues are doing. They are my heroes.
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  • Spreading a little color and cheer during these odd times. Together, we will make it through!
    Spreading a little color and cheer during these odd times. Together, we will make it through!
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  • So happy to celebrate my husband’s birthday be decorating the house and having neighbors walk by with birthday wishes. During all of the hardships one great thing has been the new friendships with neighbors forged during this time. Happy Birthday Sean!
    So happy to celebrate my husband’s birthday be decorating the house and having neighbors walk by with birthday wishes. During all of the hardships one great thing has been the new friendships with neighbors forged during this time. Happy Birthday Sean!
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  • Our daughter is a critical care physician at U TN and never far from her Clemson gear. Her Mother in law had this mask made from an old tailgate tablecloth! Go Tigers!
    Our daughter is a critical care physician at U TN and never far from her Clemson gear. Her Mother in law had this mask made from an old tailgate tablecloth! Go Tigers!
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  • my daughter Navya P. and her friend Abhijit S. decorating bags for Lunches of Love(https://lunchesoflove.net/), for their at-home community service. Fort Bend ISD issued a Shelter in place order to keep our community in Houston Texas safe . Both the kids are 7th graders in Fort Bend ISD.
    my daughter Navya P. and her friend Abhijit S. decorating bags for Lunches of Love(https://lunchesoflove.net/), for their at-home community service. Fort Bend ISD issued a Shelter in place order to keep our community in Houston Texas safe . Both the kids are 7th graders in Fort Bend ISD.
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  • This is my sister visiting her grandchildren in Windham. She made the puppets and masks and gave her grandchildren a puppet show from outside the window.
    This is my sister visiting her grandchildren in Windham. She made the puppets and masks and gave her grandchildren a puppet show from outside the window.
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  • Social Distancing! We ALL must do our part- Sandhill Cranes in Lakewood Ranch, FL Sunday Morning April 19, 2020 9:41AM.
    Social Distancing! We ALL must do our part- Sandhill Cranes in Lakewood Ranch, FL Sunday Morning April 19, 2020 9:41AM.
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  • Saying hello to Grandma and Grandpa with MC Hammers “can’t Touch This” The grandkids paid us a visit with the song “Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer blasting on the car radio! Salt Lake City
    Saying hello to Grandma and Grandpa with MC Hammers “can’t Touch This” The grandkids paid us a visit with the song “Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer blasting on the car radio! Salt Lake City
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  • Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief shared their inventory of masks, N95 ventilators and Tyvek suits all over Kentucky. This is just a couple in Stanford, Kentucky in Lincoln County.
    Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief shared their inventory of masks, N95 ventilators and Tyvek suits all over Kentucky. This is just a couple in Stanford, Kentucky in Lincoln County.
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  • This is my sister visiting her grandchildren in Windham. She made the puppets and masks and gave her grandchildren a puppet show from outside the window.
    This is my sister visiting her grandchildren in Windham. She made the puppets and masks and gave her grandchildren a puppet show from outside the window.
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  • It has been a family affair sewing almost 300 face masks. 3 of us together forming an assembly line. 94 year old Grammy, while sitting in her favorite chair with her dogs, with dementia learned to turn the masks right side out.
    It has been a family affair sewing almost 300 face masks. 3 of us together forming an assembly line. 94 year old Grammy, while sitting in her favorite chair with her dogs, with dementia learned to turn the masks right side out.
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  • April 21 will be the 69th wedding anniversary for Larry and Mary Bowdren. They saw each other again finally after weeks apart. They had not seen each other since before the 5 hour surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in 91 yr old Larry’s colon. They could only touch through the glass of the rehab center Larry was in. Thank you for sharing their indomitable love! Their daughter, Rene Williams
    April 21 will be the 69th wedding anniversary for Larry and Mary Bowdren. They saw each other again finally after weeks apart. They had not seen each other since before the 5 hour surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in 91 yr old Larry’s colon. They could only touch through the glass of the rehab center Larry was in. Thank you for sharing their indomitable love! Their daughter, Rene Williams
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  • I started a Go fund me 25 days ago in an effort to help feed all the Front line health care workers in addition to help support our local restaurants in Manhasset. Was one of the first ones to do this. Now I have inspired hundreds others to do same. First week received over 15k in donations 25 days later,( today) I am close to 31k I have fed over 2500 doctors and nurses and essential workers. Deliveries are made by myself my husband and my 14 year old daughter. Also with the help of local restaurants when I’m too busy. I had to lay out over 8k initially as Go fund me never sent me money that was donated until 12 days after, I kept delivering charging my credit card. They have no customer service phone and took them a week to answer and email. Have spent over 20k with local Manhasset restaurants making about 3-5 deliveries to hospitals per day. Feedback and texts from doctors and nurses is that Moral is boosted and front liners are happy receiving food and knowing people care about their efforts. Makes them so happy.
    I started a Go fund me 25 days ago in an effort to help feed all the Front line health care workers in addition to help support our local restaurants in Manhasset. Was one of the first ones to do this. Now I have inspired hundreds others to do same. First week received over 15k in donations 25 days later,( today) I am close to 31k I have fed over 2500 doctors and nurses and essential workers. Deliveries are made by myself my husband and my 14 year old daughter. Also with the help of local restaurants when I’m too busy. I had to lay out over 8k initially as Go fund me never sent me money that was donated until 12 days after, I kept delivering charging my credit card. They have no customer service phone and took them a week to answer and email. Have spent over 20k with local Manhasset restaurants making about 3-5 deliveries to hospitals per day. Feedback and texts from doctors and nurses is that Moral is boosted and front liners are happy receiving food and knowing people care about their efforts. Makes them so happy.
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  • This is William, almost two. We live in Maui Hawaii and have been on lockdown for over 5 weeks. We live in a neighborhood that we still walk daily. One day we came across this power box at the edge of the neighborhood. Someone had used tape to write "we will be OK". Our children are a symbol of hope as they are still optimistic and content each day we stay home. Will is a constant reminder that through it all, we "Will" be OK.
    This is William, almost two. We live in Maui Hawaii and have been on lockdown for over 5 weeks. We live in a neighborhood that we still walk daily. One day we came across this power box at the edge of the neighborhood. Someone had used tape to write "we will be OK". Our children are a symbol of hope as they are still optimistic and content each day we stay home. Will is a constant reminder that through it all, we "Will" be OK.
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  • Latoya Chunn working on the front Line from Brinkley, Ar.
    Latoya Chunn working on the front Line from Brinkley, Ar.
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  • Since we can not have church in our student ministry building, the leaders of Boyd Campus Group Student Ministries decided to provide meals to students and families in our community. We provide meals Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm and from 11am to 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. We do not ask for identification or make people qualify. We just want to bless students and families. So far, we have provided over 1000 meals to students and families in our community!
    Since we can not have church in our student ministry building, the leaders of Boyd Campus Group Student Ministries decided to provide meals to students and families in our community. We provide meals Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm and from 11am to 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. We do not ask for identification or make people qualify. We just want to bless students and families. So far, we have provided over 1000 meals to students and families in our community!
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  • Kiddos bandetos: Grandkids in New Jersey
    Kiddos bandetos: Grandkids in New Jersey
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  • Karen Erickson, 82 yr old from Boise Idaho, is making masks to donate to healthcare providers, nursing homes, and cashiers. She has made over 150 masks and will continue to sew until she runs out of fabric and elastic.
    Karen Erickson, 82 yr old from Boise Idaho, is making masks to donate to healthcare providers, nursing homes, and cashiers. She has made over 150 masks and will continue to sew until she runs out of fabric and elastic.
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  • Hi there, I am sending this in from Menahga, Minnesota to shed some light on our amazing school we have here. They have pulled together and showed so much love and support to all our kids and the families in our community. Our mascot, Braves, couldn’t be anymore on point as I’d say we defiantly have so many BRAVE people in our school pulling through this, keeping us together. They are preparing food, homework, staying in touch with us and so much more. Thank you Menahga School District <3
    Hi there, I am sending this in from Menahga, Minnesota to shed some light on our amazing school we have here. They have pulled together and showed so much love and support to all our kids and the families in our community. Our mascot, Braves, couldn’t be anymore on point as I’d say we defiantly have so many BRAVE people in our school pulling through this, keeping us together. They are preparing food, homework, staying in touch with us and so much more. Thank you Menahga School District <3
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  • I am a nurse from John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County, working on Med-Surg 8 West Covid unit. I want to share my story. For one and a half month, I am living away from my family to protect them from Covid 19. I have a one-year old child whom I think about everyday; a big sacrifice for our Chicago community. Now my child stays with my elderly parents, siblings and husband. I thank them for the support so that I can serve our community better. My heart goes out to all those who are facing similar situations. We are in this together. #NurseRNlife #covid19 #coronapandemic2020 Thank you, Lubina Thomas
    I am a nurse from John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County, working on Med-Surg 8 West Covid unit. I want to share my story. For one and a half month, I am living away from my family to protect them from Covid 19. I have a one-year old child whom I think about everyday; a big sacrifice for our Chicago community. Now my child stays with my elderly parents, siblings and husband. I thank them for the support so that I can serve our community better. My heart goes out to all those who are facing similar situations. We are in this together. #NurseRNlife #covid19 #coronapandemic2020 Thank you, Lubina Thomas
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  • Go President Trump !!! Keep up the good work!!! From Texas Scarlet and David Anselmo
    Go President Trump !!! Keep up the good work!!! From Texas Scarlet and David Anselmo
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  • Hello, my name is Brittni. I live in a very small town called Quincy in California. I see you guys recognize all of the people on the front line fighting the covid-19. I know it might seem small but in our town our essential workers are on the front line every day making sure we as a community have what we need to stay safe and save lives by social distancing. I would really love it if our local grocery outlet could get a shout out for all they are doing for our community. This is a photo showing my boyfriend stocking the shelves with his manager, both wearing masks and doing their part to keep our small town safe where this disease would take off like wild fire if we didn't all do our part. Thank you for your time and consideration! I cannot wait to see the amazing things we as Americans do when all this is over! God bless you! Sincerely, Brittni McFarland
    Hello, my name is Brittni. I live in a very small town called Quincy in California. I see you guys recognize all of the people on the front line fighting the covid-19. I know it might seem small but in our town our essential workers are on the front line every day making sure we as a community have what we need to stay safe and save lives by social distancing. I would really love it if our local grocery outlet could get a shout out for all they are doing for our community. This is a photo showing my boyfriend stocking the shelves with his manager, both wearing masks and doing their part to keep our small town safe where this disease would take off like wild fire if we didn't all do our part. Thank you for your time and consideration! I cannot wait to see the amazing things we as Americans do when all this is over! God bless you! Sincerely, Brittni McFarland
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  • AMERICA TOGETHER FEEL GOOD PIC OF KIDS MAKING 110 MASKS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
    AMERICA TOGETHER FEEL GOOD PIC OF KIDS MAKING 110 MASKS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
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  • Hi there, My name is Emily Rubin and I am a RN at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, MA. Thought I would share my public facebook post that has got a lot of positive feedback. I think it is great to spread the message!!
    Hi there, My name is Emily Rubin and I am a RN at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, MA. Thought I would share my public facebook post that has got a lot of positive feedback. I think it is great to spread the message!!
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  • We met Timothy the other day while riding our bikes on the Tampa Riverwalk. He had been wearing the same clothes and had not showered for about 3 weeks. He was also shivering because it was very cold the night before and was just starting to warm up. We went to Walmart and got him a new camping backpack and loaded it up with items like work boots, socks, underwear, t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, a sweatshirt, toiletries and a warm waterproof jacket. We also gave him some money to shore up his finances for a little bit.
    We met Timothy the other day while riding our bikes on the Tampa Riverwalk. He had been wearing the same clothes and had not showered for about 3 weeks. He was also shivering because it was very cold the night before and was just starting to warm up. We went to Walmart and got him a new camping backpack and loaded it up with items like work boots, socks, underwear, t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, a sweatshirt, toiletries and a warm waterproof jacket. We also gave him some money to shore up his finances for a little bit.
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  • US Air Force Academy Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony Online administering of the commissioning oath to Second Lieutenant Jett Dulac, US Air Force Academy class of 2020, by Major Tim Shields, USAF (retired)
    US Air Force Academy Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony Online administering of the commissioning oath to Second Lieutenant Jett Dulac, US Air Force Academy class of 2020, by Major Tim Shields, USAF (retired)
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  • America Together/ COVID19 Birthday party Nana
    America Together/ COVID19 Birthday party Nana
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  • Our grandson Connor had his 3 year old party, no one from his family could go so all of the neighbors got together and parade past his house, even the local Haddonfield Fire Department made time to drive by ! Thank you world.. thank you..... TCavanagh
    Our grandson Connor had his 3 year old party, no one from his family could go so all of the neighbors got together and parade past his house, even the local Haddonfield Fire Department made time to drive by ! Thank you world.. thank you..... TCavanagh
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  • Anoush in Whitefish Montana!! 40 cars of friends surprised her at the park and stayed within the social distancing guidelines, of which were included (&amp; a little altered) in everyone's party favor bags full of candy, masks, gloves and crowns!
    Anoush in Whitefish Montana!! 40 cars of friends surprised her at the park and stayed within the social distancing guidelines, of which were included (& a little altered) in everyone's party favor bags full of candy, masks, gloves and crowns!
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  • This from 5:30 AM. That smile is about to break the mask. Then, she’ll take a shot of coffee before donning her scrubs to start saving lives. #NICUNursePractitioner #lifeisbetterinscrubs #AmericaTogether From her fiancé
    This from 5:30 AM. That smile is about to break the mask. Then, she’ll take a shot of coffee before donning her scrubs to start saving lives. #NICUNursePractitioner #lifeisbetterinscrubs #AmericaTogether From her fiancé
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  • Our local Diner, Horseheads Ny. Called The Diner, The owner Nick Masterintonio held a pork bbq dinner today. Out side. Drive up only. It was to raise money to buy gift cards for employees at our local nursing home (Bethany Village). It was a great success. He raised enough money to buy 400 employees gift cards. Our town is very small and cars were lined up for a long way.
    Our local Diner, Horseheads Ny. Called The Diner, The owner Nick Masterintonio held a pork bbq dinner today. Out side. Drive up only. It was to raise money to buy gift cards for employees at our local nursing home (Bethany Village). It was a great success. He raised enough money to buy 400 employees gift cards. Our town is very small and cars were lined up for a long way.
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  • Old Saybrook CT Police Dept. recently sponsored a contest for residents to “Dress Up Their Doors” to show appreciation for all the essential workers and those on the front lines during COVID 19. Here is our submission inspired by Disney’s UP. The Lombardi Family Old Saybrook, CT
    Old Saybrook CT Police Dept. recently sponsored a contest for residents to “Dress Up Their Doors” to show appreciation for all the essential workers and those on the front lines during COVID 19. Here is our submission inspired by Disney’s UP. The Lombardi Family Old Saybrook, CT
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  • As a Collierville,TN resident . During pandemic me and my kids were thinking about how to help our community and we came up with different ideas. as a STEM teacher I have started printing 3 D face shields with my kids for healthcare workers and first respondents in order to protect them from corona virus . As of now we have donated: - University of Tennessee health department - Neighbors and Police Departments We just would like to share the project we have done for our community.We believe that we can defeat this pandemic by working all together as one.I am attaching some pictures of project that I have done with my kids
    As a Collierville,TN resident . During pandemic me and my kids were thinking about how to help our community and we came up with different ideas. as a STEM teacher I have started printing 3 D face shields with my kids for healthcare workers and first respondents in order to protect them from corona virus . As of now we have donated: - University of Tennessee health department - Neighbors and Police Departments We just would like to share the project we have done for our community.We believe that we can defeat this pandemic by working all together as one.I am attaching some pictures of project that I have done with my kids
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  • Here is a photo of hugs my two granddaughters Emma and Paige sent me because we cannot spend time together because of covid-19. And real life puctures of the them at home that they sent me. Missing them terribly 😪
    Here is a photo of hugs my two granddaughters Emma and Paige sent me because we cannot spend time together because of covid-19. And real life puctures of the them at home that they sent me. Missing them terribly 😪
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  • Jack and Patty Vonder Heide from Hinsdale, Illinois. Married 36 years and getting through these challenging times together.
    Jack and Patty Vonder Heide from Hinsdale, Illinois. Married 36 years and getting through these challenging times together.
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  • Took my daughter Annika to the park in Peoria, AZ. Even though there were duckies and turtles, my 2yr old beautiful girl didn't understand why the playground was closed. After a 2 minute one sided conversation, we soon found our smiles again when we stopped for ice cream on the way home. Cant wait for things to get back to normal. Stand strong mankind, Ryan Houser
    Took my daughter Annika to the park in Peoria, AZ. Even though there were duckies and turtles, my 2yr old beautiful girl didn't understand why the playground was closed. After a 2 minute one sided conversation, we soon found our smiles again when we stopped for ice cream on the way home. Cant wait for things to get back to normal. Stand strong mankind, Ryan Houser
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  • My family has been recreating a famous piece of art every day since the 25th of March. I teach elementary art and I add a little info to each post.. my fb is Stephanie Bookout Gordon I am attaching a few examples just trying to bring a little light to our friends and families, and creating memories too.
    My family has been recreating a famous piece of art every day since the 25th of March. I teach elementary art and I add a little info to each post.. my fb is Stephanie Bookout Gordon I am attaching a few examples just trying to bring a little light to our friends and families, and creating memories too.
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  • My wife has turned into a teacher mentor counselor strong hold. She has decided to have her , myself and our two youngest grandkids say the Pledge of Allegiance and a morning prayer for everyone before she starts her school day with the kids!!
    My wife has turned into a teacher mentor counselor strong hold. She has decided to have her , myself and our two youngest grandkids say the Pledge of Allegiance and a morning prayer for everyone before she starts her school day with the kids!!
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  • Good Morning! I thought I would submit some photos from our Porch Pose Project that were taken yesterday. A friend of ours and local photographer is doing this to raise money for her Church in this time of need. The photo shoot was both fun and uplifting at a time when most days are filled with fear of the unknown. My husband is a Lieutenant with the FDNY and of course that makes us all a little more anxious. So this was a much needed distraction that brought with it lots of smiles &amp; laughter.
    Good Morning! I thought I would submit some photos from our Porch Pose Project that were taken yesterday. A friend of ours and local photographer is doing this to raise money for her Church in this time of need. The photo shoot was both fun and uplifting at a time when most days are filled with fear of the unknown. My husband is a Lieutenant with the FDNY and of course that makes us all a little more anxious. So this was a much needed distraction that brought with it lots of smiles & laughter.
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  • Skip Rathje, Scituate, MA, going into his third brain surgery and his neighbors rally around him, socially distanced, to cheer him in his front yard on as he continues to battle brain cancer.
    Skip Rathje, Scituate, MA, going into his third brain surgery and his neighbors rally around him, socially distanced, to cheer him in his front yard on as he continues to battle brain cancer.
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  • The town of Fountain Hills, Arizona has challenged all students while at home to make cards for their elderly shut ins and to give cards with the delivery of meals on wheels. Sophia Wickland is the first to make the cards and put them in the box located at the Community Center
    The town of Fountain Hills, Arizona has challenged all students while at home to make cards for their elderly shut ins and to give cards with the delivery of meals on wheels. Sophia Wickland is the first to make the cards and put them in the box located at the Community Center
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  • The local florist sent the emergency room flowers to support the nurses in the front line. The RNs Barbara, Yailin and Sue are the faces of hope and care during this dark pandemic.
    The local florist sent the emergency room flowers to support the nurses in the front line. The RNs Barbara, Yailin and Sue are the faces of hope and care during this dark pandemic.
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  • Cindy Owen's (Granny) and (10 year old grand-daughter) Beau Owens sew masks for St.Marys Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado with others from the Fruita 2nd. Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
    Cindy Owen's (Granny) and (10 year old grand-daughter) Beau Owens sew masks for St.Marys Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado with others from the Fruita 2nd. Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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  • Missing the grand babies
    Missing the grand babies
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  • ust wanted to share some uplifting news this Friday afternoon April 17, 2020. We could all use some positive news during these challenging times. Our volunteer public 501c3 charity, Heart &amp; Hammer, which was started by our family, did a community outreach today in Chester, NJ. https://www.heartandhammer.org Though much of our focus is helping the poor in the Philippines, often in conjunction with medical missions, we also have been doing outreach programs here in US, too. Today, we made meals and Covid-19 care packages for the forty (40) residents of Chester Area Senior Housing. It is our way to show we care. https://chesterareaseniorhousing.org The Covid-19 Care packages were a donation by one of our Directors, Stacey Moratta. Each package included a surgical face mask, vinyl gloves, sterile wipes, seat pad, eye mask, and even new earbuds for cell phone or audio devices. These were originally made for air travelers but can be used at home too. The meal was a dinner set consisting of a Filipino soup called Arroz Caldo (a chicken, ginger &amp; rice porridge) used to fight colds &amp; flu. For the main course, residents received a meal of Parmesan-crusted Chicken cutlets, Pineapple-baked ham, chilled mixed bean salad, boiled asparagus and a homemade Ghirardelli brownie for desert. And let's not forget some Lindt chocolate as a sweet treat. This is the second time Heart &amp; Hammer reached out to the Chester Area Senior Housing. Heart &amp; Hammer was there back in 2016 when a flood affected their recreational center. We brought food, music and dancing to lift spirits and to show we cared. https://www.heartandhammer.org/programs Attached are some pics from today's event where we prepared the meals and packages. Due to the nature of safe protection &amp; social distancing, Heart &amp; Hammer just dropped off the gifts. No one entered the building. Working together we will get through these challenging times. We just wanted our seniors to know someone cares.
    ust wanted to share some uplifting news this Friday afternoon April 17, 2020. We could all use some positive news during these challenging times. Our volunteer public 501c3 charity, Heart & Hammer, which was started by our family, did a community outreach today in Chester, NJ. https://www.heartandhammer.org Though much of our focus is helping the poor in the Philippines, often in conjunction with medical missions, we also have been doing outreach programs here in US, too. Today, we made meals and Covid-19 care packages for the forty (40) residents of Chester Area Senior Housing. It is our way to show we care. https://chesterareaseniorhousing.org The Covid-19 Care packages were a donation by one of our Directors, Stacey Moratta. Each package included a surgical face mask, vinyl gloves, sterile wipes, seat pad, eye mask, and even new earbuds for cell phone or audio devices. These were originally made for air travelers but can be used at home too. The meal was a dinner set consisting of a Filipino soup called Arroz Caldo (a chicken, ginger & rice porridge) used to fight colds & flu. For the main course, residents received a meal of Parmesan-crusted Chicken cutlets, Pineapple-baked ham, chilled mixed bean salad, boiled asparagus and a homemade Ghirardelli brownie for desert. And let's not forget some Lindt chocolate as a sweet treat. This is the second time Heart & Hammer reached out to the Chester Area Senior Housing. Heart & Hammer was there back in 2016 when a flood affected their recreational center. We brought food, music and dancing to lift spirits and to show we cared. https://www.heartandhammer.org/programs Attached are some pics from today's event where we prepared the meals and packages. Due to the nature of safe protection & social distancing, Heart & Hammer just dropped off the gifts. No one entered the building. Working together we will get through these challenging times. We just wanted our seniors to know someone cares.
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  • Nurse at Sibley Memorial, Washington D.C, cradles a bottle of donated hand sanitizer. That hand sanitizer was made from grapes, and funded by the community.
    Nurse at Sibley Memorial, Washington D.C, cradles a bottle of donated hand sanitizer. That hand sanitizer was made from grapes, and funded by the community.
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  • I wanted to share a very sweet photo of my daughter and good friends of ours who surprised her this week with a very special Birthday Drive by. We live in Miami. The Stay At Home has been tough on everyone and especially children but it's moments like this that are very special and brings the best out in everyone. We were at home celebrating her birthday with her friends over video conference when our friends arrived outside to sing her Happy Birthday.
    I wanted to share a very sweet photo of my daughter and good friends of ours who surprised her this week with a very special Birthday Drive by. We live in Miami. The Stay At Home has been tough on everyone and especially children but it's moments like this that are very special and brings the best out in everyone. We were at home celebrating her birthday with her friends over video conference when our friends arrived outside to sing her Happy Birthday.
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  • My brother and sister in law. She is a nurse on the front lines, and he was just called to assist with Covid-19 hours from home. They were supposed to be traveling to their destination wedding ceremony next month, instead they are saying goodbye- for now- as they will not see each other for at least a month, maybe more. Thankful for both of them and the dedication they have to their jobs, community and country.
    My brother and sister in law. She is a nurse on the front lines, and he was just called to assist with Covid-19 hours from home. They were supposed to be traveling to their destination wedding ceremony next month, instead they are saying goodbye- for now- as they will not see each other for at least a month, maybe more. Thankful for both of them and the dedication they have to their jobs, community and country.
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  • My name is Grant from Squeals On Wheels petting zoo in the DC area. Yesterday we provided an animals window visits to a local nursing home. We walked the animals around the building to make a few of our seniors smile who are unable to have visitors right now. ( we have permission from seniors and facility to share photos)
    My name is Grant from Squeals On Wheels petting zoo in the DC area. Yesterday we provided an animals window visits to a local nursing home. We walked the animals around the building to make a few of our seniors smile who are unable to have visitors right now. ( we have permission from seniors and facility to share photos)
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  • We wanted to take this opportunity to say "THANK-YOU" to you and you team for keeping us safe during this pandameic. Specially, my baseball team and I wanted to show our appreciation for everyone who are on the front lines working tirelessly (with tremendous personal sacrifice) keeping our children, families, grandparents, friends, neighbors, communities, state, safe during this very difficult time. In the absence of saying "THANK - YOU" " in person, while social distancing, my baseball team and I put together a simple message to say "THANK-YOU" for all of your continued efforts and for everything you do in keeping this country safe.
    We wanted to take this opportunity to say "THANK-YOU" to you and you team for keeping us safe during this pandameic. Specially, my baseball team and I wanted to show our appreciation for everyone who are on the front lines working tirelessly (with tremendous personal sacrifice) keeping our children, families, grandparents, friends, neighbors, communities, state, safe during this very difficult time. In the absence of saying "THANK - YOU" " in person, while social distancing, my baseball team and I put together a simple message to say "THANK-YOU" for all of your continued efforts and for everything you do in keeping this country safe.
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  • Sweet kids in Tennessee painted 30 rocks, one for each neighbor in a retirement community, with inspirational quotes to encourage the residents during this time of social distancing.
    Sweet kids in Tennessee painted 30 rocks, one for each neighbor in a retirement community, with inspirational quotes to encourage the residents during this time of social distancing.
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  • I work at an elementary school in a local public school system in Virginia, so children's education is in my heart &amp; soul! After our granddaughter was born in late March, we wanted to visit &amp; hold her SO BAD, along with our grandson, her big-brother! With this being Holy Week, I found the most precious book for children that has 5 different Bible stories leading up to Easter Sunday. Even though we can't hold them &amp; kiss them as usual this Christian holiday, I'm taking each afternoon of Holy Week to read a story from the book to them. That helps me mentally with my love for my grandchildren, AND children's education during this time of quarantine and schools being closed.
    I work at an elementary school in a local public school system in Virginia, so children's education is in my heart & soul! After our granddaughter was born in late March, we wanted to visit & hold her SO BAD, along with our grandson, her big-brother! With this being Holy Week, I found the most precious book for children that has 5 different Bible stories leading up to Easter Sunday. Even though we can't hold them & kiss them as usual this Christian holiday, I'm taking each afternoon of Holy Week to read a story from the book to them. That helps me mentally with my love for my grandchildren, AND children's education during this time of quarantine and schools being closed.
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  • Hello, my daughter and I run a retail/wholesale art and hobby paper business. Since we've been at a standstill due to business restrictions, we felt compelled to do something to help. Our local hospital system put a call out for medical masks. We gathered supplies and made over 100 masks, plus masks for family and friends who have loved ones working in essential services that needed a mask. We decided to use colorful ribbons to brighten them up. Each mask represents a person putting their well-being on the line to provide medical care and essential services. We pray for their safety and thank them for their courage. God Bless! Maria and Rebecca, Bethlehem PA
    Hello, my daughter and I run a retail/wholesale art and hobby paper business. Since we've been at a standstill due to business restrictions, we felt compelled to do something to help. Our local hospital system put a call out for medical masks. We gathered supplies and made over 100 masks, plus masks for family and friends who have loved ones working in essential services that needed a mask. We decided to use colorful ribbons to brighten them up. Each mask represents a person putting their well-being on the line to provide medical care and essential services. We pray for their safety and thank them for their courage. God Bless! Maria and Rebecca, Bethlehem PA
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  • My granddaughter, Mahra Martin helping me make masks to donate. She said "We're saving the world!" Deborah Hurtt Tracy, Ca
    My granddaughter, Mahra Martin helping me make masks to donate. She said "We're saving the world!" Deborah Hurtt Tracy, Ca
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  • A picture of my three kids Calleigh, 8, Charlie 6 and Cassidy 3, wishing their FDNY firefighter dad Richie, L156 Brooklyn, a happy birthday via iPad. He’s been quarantining himself from us as he goes back and forth to work in an effort to not get any of us sick in case he does. We miss him very much! Thank you Fox News for always giving us the facts and for being this stay at home mom’s connection to the outside world! God bless and be well!
    A picture of my three kids Calleigh, 8, Charlie 6 and Cassidy 3, wishing their FDNY firefighter dad Richie, L156 Brooklyn, a happy birthday via iPad. He’s been quarantining himself from us as he goes back and forth to work in an effort to not get any of us sick in case he does. We miss him very much! Thank you Fox News for always giving us the facts and for being this stay at home mom’s connection to the outside world! God bless and be well!
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  • My wife Bridgit and her mother Cathy from east Texas have made over 600 masks to donate to health care employees, nursing homes, family, friends, and whoever else requested them. They have mailed them all out to 6 different states.
    My wife Bridgit and her mother Cathy from east Texas have made over 600 masks to donate to health care employees, nursing homes, family, friends, and whoever else requested them. They have mailed them all out to 6 different states.
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  • Visiting across US/Canada border in Lynden WA
    Visiting across US/Canada border in Lynden WA
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  • Trying to find fun family activities to pass the time so we have started....FAMILY THEME WEEK. Ben &amp; Summer Marks along with children Benjamin 15yr, Anna 14yr, &amp; Tolliver 3yr. I will be sending each day in a separate email. March 26, 2020 our theme was COVID STATE PENITENTIARY. Mugshots have now been released to the public...Charges listed below. #4712 THE LINEUP #4721 CHARGE: Sneaking gummy fruit snacks #4724 CHARGE: Not putting dirty laundry in the hamper #4727 CHARGE Playing Fortnite to all hours of the night #4730 CHARGE Making an excessive amount of Tik Toks #4732 CHARGE Micro managing the pantry
    Trying to find fun family activities to pass the time so we have started....FAMILY THEME WEEK. Ben & Summer Marks along with children Benjamin 15yr, Anna 14yr, & Tolliver 3yr. I will be sending each day in a separate email. March 26, 2020 our theme was COVID STATE PENITENTIARY. Mugshots have now been released to the public...Charges listed below. #4712 THE LINEUP #4721 CHARGE: Sneaking gummy fruit snacks #4724 CHARGE: Not putting dirty laundry in the hamper #4727 CHARGE Playing Fortnite to all hours of the night #4730 CHARGE Making an excessive amount of Tik Toks #4732 CHARGE Micro managing the pantry
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  • My daughter, Madison Panter, is shown keeping her distance from her grandparents after dropping off a care package of gloves, masks, disinfectant and food. She is giving then a symbol of love as they cry. This is in Powder Springs, Georgia.
    My daughter, Madison Panter, is shown keeping her distance from her grandparents after dropping off a care package of gloves, masks, disinfectant and food. She is giving then a symbol of love as they cry. This is in Powder Springs, Georgia.
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  • Safe in West Texas oilfields. God bless everyone. True Patriots
    Safe in West Texas oilfields. God bless everyone. True Patriots
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  • This is a picture of Terri Simpson who has spent countless hours over the past two weeks making cloth masks for first responders, hospital staff, and armed forces while supporting our local Boy Scout Troop 777. At the same time she is homeschooling our son. She’s a champ! David Simpson
    This is a picture of Terri Simpson who has spent countless hours over the past two weeks making cloth masks for first responders, hospital staff, and armed forces while supporting our local Boy Scout Troop 777. At the same time she is homeschooling our son. She’s a champ! David Simpson
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  • Do everything right. Follow the rules. But I guess my Appendix too the social distancing to seriously and decided to leave. lol Please stay safe America
    Do everything right. Follow the rules. But I guess my Appendix too the social distancing to seriously and decided to leave. lol Please stay safe America
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  • My Grand daughter Taylor had her Sweet 16th Birthday on March 31 and while celebrating 6 ft apart outside with mom Kristen, dad Scott, brother Braidy, sister Kate with Grammy and Papa Tom. While social distancing her Auntie Kristen and Uncle John, cousins Josie and Avery,Cousins Sarah, Darren , Calvin and Tatum decorated their cars and ATV with streamers and had a parade in front of Taylor’s home. Honking horns and waving while neighbors came out of their homes and clapped and shouted birthday wishes for Taylor. It .made it a wonderful birthday and one everyone will remember.
    My Grand daughter Taylor had her Sweet 16th Birthday on March 31 and while celebrating 6 ft apart outside with mom Kristen, dad Scott, brother Braidy, sister Kate with Grammy and Papa Tom. While social distancing her Auntie Kristen and Uncle John, cousins Josie and Avery,Cousins Sarah, Darren , Calvin and Tatum decorated their cars and ATV with streamers and had a parade in front of Taylor’s home. Honking horns and waving while neighbors came out of their homes and clapped and shouted birthday wishes for Taylor. It .made it a wonderful birthday and one everyone will remember.
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  • My husband and son and I created a sign to hold over the highway in Newtown, CT, to let the truckers below know how much we appreciate them and all they are doing to keep things moving in our country! Hoping we brought a smile to their hearts in their long days. Loved the joyous sound of continuous horns blowing 😊 Thank you, Karen Curran and fam Newtown, CT
    My husband and son and I created a sign to hold over the highway in Newtown, CT, to let the truckers below know how much we appreciate them and all they are doing to keep things moving in our country! Hoping we brought a smile to their hearts in their long days. Loved the joyous sound of continuous horns blowing 😊 Thank you, Karen Curran and fam Newtown, CT
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  • Victoria Albert made this sign and goes out to our local hospital ECMC and stands with her sign to let the administrators, Doctors, nurses and all staff of hospital know that they are very much appreciated and prayed for. What a beautiful gesture, someone to care enough to go stand in the cold to let them know they are not forgotten or taken for granted.
    Victoria Albert made this sign and goes out to our local hospital ECMC and stands with her sign to let the administrators, Doctors, nurses and all staff of hospital know that they are very much appreciated and prayed for. What a beautiful gesture, someone to care enough to go stand in the cold to let them know they are not forgotten or taken for granted.
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  • My daughter is an ED Nurse and texted me this photo. Submitted by: Stephen Tulley
    My daughter is an ED Nurse and texted me this photo. Submitted by: Stephen Tulley
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  • A woman waves to a city worker dressed in a hazmat suit as he disinfects the streets in her neighborhood as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus, in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, April 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
    A woman waves to a city worker dressed in a hazmat suit as he disinfects the streets in her neighborhood as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus, in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, April 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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  • Wishing mom a happy 89th birthday at her senior care home, by practicing social distancing. She’s been such a good sport about it all, even though she misses her family visits.
    Wishing mom a happy 89th birthday at her senior care home, by practicing social distancing. She’s been such a good sport about it all, even though she misses her family visits.
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  • Hey Fox News, This is our clinic staff working everyday at Merit Health - Reservior Clinic in Jackson Mississippi. Great group of people, helping everyone stay healthy during this trying time. (Robin, Darleen, Brittany, Katie, Sarah and Greg.
    Hey Fox News, This is our clinic staff working everyday at Merit Health - Reservior Clinic in Jackson Mississippi. Great group of people, helping everyone stay healthy during this trying time. (Robin, Darleen, Brittany, Katie, Sarah and Greg.
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  • My wife decorated our front door nearly 3 weeks ago and it has been a tremendous inspiration to neighbors and people walking and driving by our home. She has shared the picture with many people, including our children and grandchildren, to help them stay positive about things that you can do during this challenging time in America. Ro has also sent the photo to her cousin in Rome, Italy to support each other with hope. Ro works at the Jowonio Pre-School in Syracuse, a renowned inclusive education program . (www.jowonio.org)
    My wife decorated our front door nearly 3 weeks ago and it has been a tremendous inspiration to neighbors and people walking and driving by our home. She has shared the picture with many people, including our children and grandchildren, to help them stay positive about things that you can do during this challenging time in America. Ro has also sent the photo to her cousin in Rome, Italy to support each other with hope. Ro works at the Jowonio Pre-School in Syracuse, a renowned inclusive education program . (www.jowonio.org)
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  • We r an assisted living facility in New Jersey. We had a painting contest. The winner is Josephine. She is here pictures with our executive director nate and director of nursing. Denise. Thank you Judy. Lifestyle director
    We r an assisted living facility in New Jersey. We had a painting contest. The winner is Josephine. She is here pictures with our executive director nate and director of nursing. Denise. Thank you Judy. Lifestyle director
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  • Marieta and Alfredo Llave making cloth masks for the community. Alfredo Llave is a retired US Navy veteran with his wife. This photo was taken in Tyler, Texas
    Marieta and Alfredo Llave making cloth masks for the community. Alfredo Llave is a retired US Navy veteran with his wife. This photo was taken in Tyler, Texas
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  • Ah no. I have no problem going into the city but I wont got on the subway around homeless. that is ripe for getting sick. I dont have proper PPE equipment for that
    Ah no. I have no problem going into the city but I wont got on the subway around homeless. that is ripe for getting sick. I dont have proper PPE equipment for that
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  • Safe in West Texas oilfields. God bless everyone. True Patriots
    Safe in West Texas oilfields. God bless everyone. True Patriots
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  • Five year old Ruby watching a car parade of teachers from her school honking &amp; waving! Grandpa Tut
    Five year old Ruby watching a car parade of teachers from her school honking & waving! Grandpa Tut
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  • My 11 year old grandson Corban lives in Georgetown, Texas. I told him about people making masks from the internet instructions. He looked it up, got out the sewing machine they bought at a garage sale. Had me take him to Hobby Lobby while it was open and we bought the supplies. We worked on two separate machines and finished 20 masks in a couple of days. He mailed them to his friend Dr Tim Mc Cauliffe who is working in an ER helping out. We are now trying to join the Mask Brigade of Williamson County Texas. They already have a system in place and supplies. Help where you can, it makes you feel good!! Stay Well America, Nana
    My 11 year old grandson Corban lives in Georgetown, Texas. I told him about people making masks from the internet instructions. He looked it up, got out the sewing machine they bought at a garage sale. Had me take him to Hobby Lobby while it was open and we bought the supplies. We worked on two separate machines and finished 20 masks in a couple of days. He mailed them to his friend Dr Tim Mc Cauliffe who is working in an ER helping out. We are now trying to join the Mask Brigade of Williamson County Texas. They already have a system in place and supplies. Help where you can, it makes you feel good!! Stay Well America, Nana
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  • Principal Barbara Kavanagh posts names of all the school’s students on entry doors of Holy Trinity to remind students how much they are loved and missed. Thank you, teachers, too for being heroes for our kids!
    Principal Barbara Kavanagh posts names of all the school’s students on entry doors of Holy Trinity to remind students how much they are loved and missed. Thank you, teachers, too for being heroes for our kids!
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  • Hey, I want to submit photos of our neighbor teaching the neighborhood kids CrossFit to stay in shape during quarantine. My kids love it and look forward to it. She even gave them writing assignments! Her kids are grown and this is her way of helping out! Take care, Leila Kawecki
    Hey, I want to submit photos of our neighbor teaching the neighborhood kids CrossFit to stay in shape during quarantine. My kids love it and look forward to it. She even gave them writing assignments! Her kids are grown and this is her way of helping out! Take care, Leila Kawecki
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  • Hi I work at a Senior Retirement Community who is currently in lock down. To boost spirits for these seniors and to help out of school students I arranged one of my favorite older people and one of my favorite younger people to be Pen Pals. These are pictures of my Grand Niece Gracie Dawn, age 7, and Bea Hull, age 93. They age going to be good friends and will have something fun to look forward to in the mail. When this is all over they are going to have lunch together and probably much more. I encourage others to do the same. Thank you, Mary Odom Vancouver, Wa
    Hi I work at a Senior Retirement Community who is currently in lock down. To boost spirits for these seniors and to help out of school students I arranged one of my favorite older people and one of my favorite younger people to be Pen Pals. These are pictures of my Grand Niece Gracie Dawn, age 7, and Bea Hull, age 93. They age going to be good friends and will have something fun to look forward to in the mail. When this is all over they are going to have lunch together and probably much more. I encourage others to do the same. Thank you, Mary Odom Vancouver, Wa
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  • Edmond Oklahoma health care worker serving Oklahoma to aid in the CV19 battle.
    Edmond Oklahoma health care worker serving Oklahoma to aid in the CV19 battle.
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  • A Mother and young daughter share an intimate moment in a Costco in Los Angeles. Mother (36) - Aurora Lindsey Daughter (4) - Arielle Lindsey
    A Mother and young daughter share an intimate moment in a Costco in Los Angeles. Mother (36) - Aurora Lindsey Daughter (4) - Arielle Lindsey
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  • My son in law, daughter and granddaughter are stationed in Seattle. He’s stationed on the USCG Cutter Polar Star. It hasn’t been easy on my daughter and granddaughter when all this corona virus situation hit them. My son in law was gone to Antarctica for several month when the outbreak started and they had to shelter in place. Since coming home a couple of weeks ago, my son in law has to stay mission ready, so no grand welcoming home, no celebrations with friends... you get the idea. My granddaughter finally saved up enough of her allowance to be able to buy her own game controller with enough left over for a game to play with dad before he leaves again next week. She ordered it online from the Coast Guard Exchange. It arrived and they all had a good laugh. Wish more people and businesses were like this.
    My son in law, daughter and granddaughter are stationed in Seattle. He’s stationed on the USCG Cutter Polar Star. It hasn’t been easy on my daughter and granddaughter when all this corona virus situation hit them. My son in law was gone to Antarctica for several month when the outbreak started and they had to shelter in place. Since coming home a couple of weeks ago, my son in law has to stay mission ready, so no grand welcoming home, no celebrations with friends... you get the idea. My granddaughter finally saved up enough of her allowance to be able to buy her own game controller with enough left over for a game to play with dad before he leaves again next week. She ordered it online from the Coast Guard Exchange. It arrived and they all had a good laugh. Wish more people and businesses were like this.
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  • Yesterday our family gave the entrance/exit to the hospital in our little city of Lodi in CA a little “Heart Attack”. We took paper hearts and taped them to paint stir sticks then peppered the drive way with our support for all our local health care hero’s. At first the kids were embarrassed by their mom who forced them to participate, but by the time we left (people were smiling, honking, giving thumbs up and rolling down windows to thank us) they were really happy to have participated. This was a great lesson for our family- little gestures can have a big impact! Lizzie Perkins
    Yesterday our family gave the entrance/exit to the hospital in our little city of Lodi in CA a little “Heart Attack”. We took paper hearts and taped them to paint stir sticks then peppered the drive way with our support for all our local health care hero’s. At first the kids were embarrassed by their mom who forced them to participate, but by the time we left (people were smiling, honking, giving thumbs up and rolling down windows to thank us) they were really happy to have participated. This was a great lesson for our family- little gestures can have a big impact! Lizzie Perkins
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  • Our grandkids made this banner, we called it their art class. My daughter-in-law and myself have been making masks for a couple weeks when my youngest granddaughter asked if we could make one for her Barbie....so we took it a step further with Barbie and Ken keeping 6 ft. apart, well 6 inches for them, gloves, masks, sanitizer and of course sharing to. Our grandchildren wearing the masks we made. God bless us all.
    Our grandkids made this banner, we called it their art class. My daughter-in-law and myself have been making masks for a couple weeks when my youngest granddaughter asked if we could make one for her Barbie....so we took it a step further with Barbie and Ken keeping 6 ft. apart, well 6 inches for them, gloves, masks, sanitizer and of course sharing to. Our grandchildren wearing the masks we made. God bless us all.
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  • Wanted to share pictures from our donation today to Hackensack University Medical Center - Joseph M Sanzari Children's Hospital. Since the Easter Egg Hunt at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Park Ridge, NJ would be cancelled this year...we instead stuffed and delivered 875 eggs to the Hackensack University Medical Center - Joseph M Sanzari Children's Hospital. The filled eggs will be given to the children in the hospital, as well as the incredible Drs. and nurses, who may not have time this year to stuff their own eggs for their own children...as they tirelessly work to save lives. God Bless them all. With warm regards - thanks for the great work you are doing....
    Wanted to share pictures from our donation today to Hackensack University Medical Center - Joseph M Sanzari Children's Hospital. Since the Easter Egg Hunt at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Park Ridge, NJ would be cancelled this year...we instead stuffed and delivered 875 eggs to the Hackensack University Medical Center - Joseph M Sanzari Children's Hospital. The filled eggs will be given to the children in the hospital, as well as the incredible Drs. and nurses, who may not have time this year to stuff their own eggs for their own children...as they tirelessly work to save lives. God Bless them all. With warm regards - thanks for the great work you are doing....
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  • This is my friend who was dying to see her grandkids! They barely cracked the door so the kids could hear her read the book! She told me she cried as she drove away. She's the best Mimi ever!
    This is my friend who was dying to see her grandkids! They barely cracked the door so the kids could hear her read the book! She told me she cried as she drove away. She's the best Mimi ever!
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  • Hello my name is Jason Chrisley I am a flight paramedic in Virginia. I was able to take this stunning image from the cockpit of our aircraft two days ago. It's important to realize the beauty that is all around us at such an ugly time. This image was taken from Carillon Clinic Life-Guard 10 over Roanoke.
    Hello my name is Jason Chrisley I am a flight paramedic in Virginia. I was able to take this stunning image from the cockpit of our aircraft two days ago. It's important to realize the beauty that is all around us at such an ugly time. This image was taken from Carillon Clinic Life-Guard 10 over Roanoke.
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  • Nurses working together on the Covid-19 floor at Memorial Hospital Belleville in Belleville, IL. Making a difference!
    Nurses working together on the Covid-19 floor at Memorial Hospital Belleville in Belleville, IL. Making a difference!
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  • Quarantine time has the Denham and Hopkins families in Brewton, Alabama making masks to donate to medical personnel and senior citizens. This is a photo of Jennifer Hopkins Baker cutting our masks while other family members man the ironing board and sewing machines. God Bless America.
    Quarantine time has the Denham and Hopkins families in Brewton, Alabama making masks to donate to medical personnel and senior citizens. This is a photo of Jennifer Hopkins Baker cutting our masks while other family members man the ironing board and sewing machines. God Bless America.
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  • Local Detroit Company has scaled up production of Hand Sanitizer - Serving Local Charities and Local / Regional and National US Manufacturing Companies. UofD Jesuit 11th Grader Alex Kelly with Gleaners Food Bank Al Foster. All thumbs up with Hand Sanitizer donation. God Bless, Mike and the Allied Team
    Local Detroit Company has scaled up production of Hand Sanitizer - Serving Local Charities and Local / Regional and National US Manufacturing Companies. UofD Jesuit 11th Grader Alex Kelly with Gleaners Food Bank Al Foster. All thumbs up with Hand Sanitizer donation. God Bless, Mike and the Allied Team
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  • This mom with her 3 daughters walked through the neighborhood serenading anyone outside on April 7th 2020. Renton Washington What a joy! They played for me Old Joe Clark.
    This mom with her 3 daughters walked through the neighborhood serenading anyone outside on April 7th 2020. Renton Washington What a joy! They played for me Old Joe Clark.
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  • Florida Urgent Rescue makes “Rescue Wipes” for those who need it most “They’re putting their lives on the line already every time they put on the uniform – but going out in this pandemic when they can’t stay at home and self isolated they must leave to do their jobs, we thought it just made sense," said Mike Merrill. "We just wanted to do it as our way of saying ‘thank you’ for what they do everyday.” F.U.R. also had left over masks and gloves from their relief efforts after Hurricane Dorian, these items were donated to a local assisted living facility that was out of supplies. They also donated 2,400 commercial wipes to Mission House, a non-profit serving homeless people.
    Florida Urgent Rescue makes “Rescue Wipes” for those who need it most “They’re putting their lives on the line already every time they put on the uniform – but going out in this pandemic when they can’t stay at home and self isolated they must leave to do their jobs, we thought it just made sense," said Mike Merrill. "We just wanted to do it as our way of saying ‘thank you’ for what they do everyday.” F.U.R. also had left over masks and gloves from their relief efforts after Hurricane Dorian, these items were donated to a local assisted living facility that was out of supplies. They also donated 2,400 commercial wipes to Mission House, a non-profit serving homeless people.
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  • Nani crying because she can’t hold her grandkids Jason and Justin but gives them kisses through the glass.
    Nani crying because she can’t hold her grandkids Jason and Justin but gives them kisses through the glass.
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  • Hi. Im 84, blind in one eye and live in HUD apartment for seniors. I decided to cut my own hair. I call it my CORONACUT. Bev
    Hi. Im 84, blind in one eye and live in HUD apartment for seniors. I decided to cut my own hair. I call it my CORONACUT. Bev
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  • Since we couldn’t be there I thought this would bring a smile‼️‼️Love you all at Fox News and thank you for all you do and God Bless You All🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️❤️ Iris from Crownsville Maryland
    Since we couldn’t be there I thought this would bring a smile‼️‼️Love you all at Fox News and thank you for all you do and God Bless You All🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️❤️ Iris from Crownsville Maryland
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  • Officers with Louisville Metro’s PD Downtown Area Patrol. Citizen made us cloth masks. Sergeant Christina Beaven Downtown Area Patrol Squad B
    Officers with Louisville Metro’s PD Downtown Area Patrol. Citizen made us cloth masks. Sergeant Christina Beaven Downtown Area Patrol Squad B
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  • We had planned lunch to celebrate my sisters 71st birthday. I became ill running a low grade fever and decided I would drop off her lunch. She surprised me with a unique way of getting her lunch staying 6 ft away. What a crazy big sis! LOVE HER! From Charleston, SC. Peggy Hilton
    We had planned lunch to celebrate my sisters 71st birthday. I became ill running a low grade fever and decided I would drop off her lunch. She surprised me with a unique way of getting her lunch staying 6 ft away. What a crazy big sis! LOVE HER! From Charleston, SC. Peggy Hilton
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  • My mom Margaret Wilkinson is an avid FOX news fan. I honestly think watching FOX keeps her mind sharp.It is so hard not to hug and kiss her for her 92nd birthday 04/13/20. We did the best we good trying to maintain social distancing while standing on her front lawn in Rockaway Beach Queens to sign Happy Birthday. We are a family of first responders so it has been a couple of very stressful weeks. I don’t know if It is possible to give her a shout out on FOX but it would definitely make her day. Thank you and stay safe
    My mom Margaret Wilkinson is an avid FOX news fan. I honestly think watching FOX keeps her mind sharp.It is so hard not to hug and kiss her for her 92nd birthday 04/13/20. We did the best we good trying to maintain social distancing while standing on her front lawn in Rockaway Beach Queens to sign Happy Birthday. We are a family of first responders so it has been a couple of very stressful weeks. I don’t know if It is possible to give her a shout out on FOX but it would definitely make her day. Thank you and stay safe
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  • This is my wife Jane at work, she is an RN for Hometown Health Center in Schenectady New York. Thanks, Mike Russel
    This is my wife Jane at work, she is an RN for Hometown Health Center in Schenectady New York. Thanks, Mike Russel
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  • TIm, Run medical side of public transit, need to get dialysis patients to the hospital for treatments.
    TIm, Run medical side of public transit, need to get dialysis patients to the hospital for treatments.
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  • Right before the park closures, my son, an avid animal lover of all kinds, and I went to a lovely park to feed ducks. While the ducks did eat right out of his hands, the pigeons and doves joined right in! It was a day full of joy and fresh air. Yes, his hands were washed thoroughly after the feedings lol!
    Right before the park closures, my son, an avid animal lover of all kinds, and I went to a lovely park to feed ducks. While the ducks did eat right out of his hands, the pigeons and doves joined right in! It was a day full of joy and fresh air. Yes, his hands were washed thoroughly after the feedings lol!
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  • I have an Autistic son that is in the fifth grade at Albert Chapman Elementary School in Dublin, Ohio. He decided that he wanted to help First Responders at our local fire station for their bravery on the front lines of the fight against COViD-19. So on March 26th he started a lemonade stand because there were so many walkers out. I took a picture (attached) and posted it on Facebook. The fact that he is Autistic proves that anybody can help no matter their challenges. The confidence that will flourish in him because of this deed will stay with him for his entire life. I could not be a more proud parent. He is a true blessing. Thank you for reading. Sincerely, Scott Scott Wilson
    I have an Autistic son that is in the fifth grade at Albert Chapman Elementary School in Dublin, Ohio. He decided that he wanted to help First Responders at our local fire station for their bravery on the front lines of the fight against COViD-19. So on March 26th he started a lemonade stand because there were so many walkers out. I took a picture (attached) and posted it on Facebook. The fact that he is Autistic proves that anybody can help no matter their challenges. The confidence that will flourish in him because of this deed will stay with him for his entire life. I could not be a more proud parent. He is a true blessing. Thank you for reading. Sincerely, Scott Scott Wilson
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  • We had a prayer group pray over our hospital staff and patients during lunch. Memorial Hospital at Gulfport in Mississippi. There is a live video that was recorded on our hospital Facebook page also. Thanks, Sharon M Huber
    We had a prayer group pray over our hospital staff and patients during lunch. Memorial Hospital at Gulfport in Mississippi. There is a live video that was recorded on our hospital Facebook page also. Thanks, Sharon M Huber
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  • Today Micah turned 6. He’s been very sad because he cannot be with his parents. They are medical professionals on the front lines. He’s been staying with his grandma who alerted our entire community and we all joined in celebrating Micah as his grandma drove him through our neighborhoods. It was very emotional!! And joyful!! Kim Ferraro
    Today Micah turned 6. He’s been very sad because he cannot be with his parents. They are medical professionals on the front lines. He’s been staying with his grandma who alerted our entire community and we all joined in celebrating Micah as his grandma drove him through our neighborhoods. It was very emotional!! And joyful!! Kim Ferraro
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  • This is a picture of myself Mike Mathieson, my wife Linda and daughter melissa Wallace. I am a physician assistant and they are nurses at noyes hospital in dansville ny. We are working with night shift together.
    This is a picture of myself Mike Mathieson, my wife Linda and daughter melissa Wallace. I am a physician assistant and they are nurses at noyes hospital in dansville ny. We are working with night shift together.
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  • Vincetta Westerbeke (aka Mrs. Mcfeely) delivers groceries and words of love to her 84 year old father Frank in Tucson AZ. They speak several time a day. Vincetta takes him whatever he needs whenever he needs it and leaves it on "the white chair of love." Speedy delivery!!
    Vincetta Westerbeke (aka Mrs. Mcfeely) delivers groceries and words of love to her 84 year old father Frank in Tucson AZ. They speak several time a day. Vincetta takes him whatever he needs whenever he needs it and leaves it on "the white chair of love." Speedy delivery!!
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  • I’m making masks from diapers and it works really well. Easy to breathe and great protection. Just cut a diaper in half. Place half in front of your face and half in back of your head. Hold it together with the regular diaper tape. Linda Van Kessler Encinitas, CA
    I’m making masks from diapers and it works really well. Easy to breathe and great protection. Just cut a diaper in half. Place half in front of your face and half in back of your head. Hold it together with the regular diaper tape. Linda Van Kessler Encinitas, CA
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  • Celebrating our daughter Stacey Komendat’s 31st birthday. She’s looking out the front picture window of her house - on March 31st, in Amherst, NY. Submitted by Mary Jane and Russell Gangloff.
    Celebrating our daughter Stacey Komendat’s 31st birthday. She’s looking out the front picture window of her house - on March 31st, in Amherst, NY. Submitted by Mary Jane and Russell Gangloff.
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  • The quarantine is hard on even our youngest.
    The quarantine is hard on even our youngest.
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  • Greetings- Here is a pic of my wife Theresa sewing away in our dining room! She has sewn and donated hundreds of masks to our local community hospital, our Family Practice office and friends/family! My wife is a great person and a great American! Mark Backes
    Greetings- Here is a pic of my wife Theresa sewing away in our dining room! She has sewn and donated hundreds of masks to our local community hospital, our Family Practice office and friends/family! My wife is a great person and a great American! Mark Backes
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  • Dear Fox News, we work in a dialysis clinic where our patients do not have the option of staying home. They still have to come three days each week and get their life-saving treatments. It is scary because some of them want to stay home . We always try to be positive and make our clinic a fun place to be. Even though we are wearing masks we know the importance of a smile! Thank you.
    Dear Fox News, we work in a dialysis clinic where our patients do not have the option of staying home. They still have to come three days each week and get their life-saving treatments. It is scary because some of them want to stay home . We always try to be positive and make our clinic a fun place to be. Even though we are wearing masks we know the importance of a smile! Thank you.
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  • Trying to find fun family activities to pass the time so we have started....FAMILY THEME WEEK. The Marks Family. Ben &amp; Summer Marks along with children Benjamin 15yr, Anna 14yr, &amp; Tolliver 3yr.
    Trying to find fun family activities to pass the time so we have started....FAMILY THEME WEEK. The Marks Family. Ben & Summer Marks along with children Benjamin 15yr, Anna 14yr, & Tolliver 3yr.
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  • First time to see grandkids in a month
    First time to see grandkids in a month
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  • Fox News: My wife and I were passengers from the Grand Princess cruise ship and were quarantined at Travis AFB, CA for 14 days. Please accept our picture we took of myself, my wife, James Brown and Mattie Miller, both from the Disaster Medical Assistance Team assigned to Travis AFB. They helped take temperatures, delivered meals and snacks to our rooms along with several other duties while there. We wanted to recognize them for sacrificing their own health and helping us during a time we needed it most. They were upbeat and positive throughout the entire time. They are true heroes!
    Fox News: My wife and I were passengers from the Grand Princess cruise ship and were quarantined at Travis AFB, CA for 14 days. Please accept our picture we took of myself, my wife, James Brown and Mattie Miller, both from the Disaster Medical Assistance Team assigned to Travis AFB. They helped take temperatures, delivered meals and snacks to our rooms along with several other duties while there. We wanted to recognize them for sacrificing their own health and helping us during a time we needed it most. They were upbeat and positive throughout the entire time. They are true heroes!
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  • My son Haydin and Yellow Labrador Hunter wishing they can play outside in Oceanside, CA.
    My son Haydin and Yellow Labrador Hunter wishing they can play outside in Oceanside, CA.
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  • As an anesthesiologist. And since there was such disarray presenting us with PPE I fell back to what I knew. I found the headgear we used in the Army for sale on line. I figured since it worked for nuclear, biological and chemical weapons it was safer than the “bandanas” the CDC said we could use in an emergency. I have utilized it a couple times on routine cases just to test that it was functional, in case I had to use it in an emergency. Luckily it hasn’t come to that point, yet.
    As an anesthesiologist. And since there was such disarray presenting us with PPE I fell back to what I knew. I found the headgear we used in the Army for sale on line. I figured since it worked for nuclear, biological and chemical weapons it was safer than the “bandanas” the CDC said we could use in an emergency. I have utilized it a couple times on routine cases just to test that it was functional, in case I had to use it in an emergency. Luckily it hasn’t come to that point, yet.
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  • Our granddaughters in Spartanburg, SC doing their part to control the virus!❤️
    Our granddaughters in Spartanburg, SC doing their part to control the virus!❤️
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  • My son Ender is 6 years old, today he started his first virtual classes of kindergarten, he is wearing his school uniform, his Batman bag and the bottle of water next to him.
    My son Ender is 6 years old, today he started his first virtual classes of kindergarten, he is wearing his school uniform, his Batman bag and the bottle of water next to him.
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  • My daughter working from home as a call center operator on her birthday. Janice Stalvey
    My daughter working from home as a call center operator on her birthday. Janice Stalvey
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  • Helping our cancer patients fight cancer and stay safe as possible during this craziness.
    Helping our cancer patients fight cancer and stay safe as possible during this craziness.
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  • My wife was waiting for her six yr old granddaughter to just drive by, stay in the car due to quarantine restrictions in San Diego. My wife usually sees our granddaughter on a daily basis, because she picks her up from school everyday. So she decided to fill the car, and driveway with her stuffed animals to say hello. John Harris
    My wife was waiting for her six yr old granddaughter to just drive by, stay in the car due to quarantine restrictions in San Diego. My wife usually sees our granddaughter on a daily basis, because she picks her up from school everyday. So she decided to fill the car, and driveway with her stuffed animals to say hello. John Harris
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  • Great grandma and great grandson celebrated their birthdays together.
    Great grandma and great grandson celebrated their birthdays together.
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  • Hi Fox News! Wanted to share a picture with you guys! My parents celebrating their 26th anniversary! “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” Mary Ann and Mark McNulty – 4/6/2020 “My husband is the best! He surprised me with this entire set up. He grilled a couple of delicious rib eyes, sautéed mushrooms and a baked potato. With the help of my daughter, they created this sign. And yes, we even danced with the music playing in the back ground. No matter what, never stop dating your mate and let them know how much they mean to you!” (Mary Ann Perez McNulty’s FB post) Best Wishes, Anna McPherson
    Hi Fox News! Wanted to share a picture with you guys! My parents celebrating their 26th anniversary! “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” Mary Ann and Mark McNulty – 4/6/2020 “My husband is the best! He surprised me with this entire set up. He grilled a couple of delicious rib eyes, sautéed mushrooms and a baked potato. With the help of my daughter, they created this sign. And yes, we even danced with the music playing in the back ground. No matter what, never stop dating your mate and let them know how much they mean to you!” (Mary Ann Perez McNulty’s FB post) Best Wishes, Anna McPherson
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  • Outside of the Minnesota Judicial Center in St. Paul Wednesday morning, Brian A. Philbrook was sworn in as the state's newest attorney.
    Outside of the Minnesota Judicial Center in St. Paul Wednesday morning, Brian A. Philbrook was sworn in as the state's newest attorney.
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  • My father just turned 78 years old. Even though he lives only a few minutes away, because he has COPD and cancer, we knew we couldn’t risk seeing him on his birthday. He surprised me by sending me a photo of himself, celebrating his birthday alone with my mom. These are tough times, but we will get through this no doubt!
    My father just turned 78 years old. Even though he lives only a few minutes away, because he has COPD and cancer, we knew we couldn’t risk seeing him on his birthday. He surprised me by sending me a photo of himself, celebrating his birthday alone with my mom. These are tough times, but we will get through this no doubt!
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  • My daughter has been on the front lines making sure people get groceries, but as part of the awesome company Trader Joe's, they are also making sure the customer has something to smile about while social distancing - here are some photos that show some of the fun ways. I love how since they've started wearing masks, they make sure to make their eyes really stand out! Her name is Laurel Harmon, and they are truly making the customer experience in these trying times very positive.
    My daughter has been on the front lines making sure people get groceries, but as part of the awesome company Trader Joe's, they are also making sure the customer has something to smile about while social distancing - here are some photos that show some of the fun ways. I love how since they've started wearing masks, they make sure to make their eyes really stand out! Her name is Laurel Harmon, and they are truly making the customer experience in these trying times very positive.
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  • Dr. Clint Baird and wife Alisa Baird’s church ministers at Life.Church South Tulsa bringing food and supplies to the Cura TeleHealth and Wellness Center staff and leading them in prayer to help healing the sick and for protection of the staff. The Cura staff were so thankful for this act of kindness. There were many tears.
    Dr. Clint Baird and wife Alisa Baird’s church ministers at Life.Church South Tulsa bringing food and supplies to the Cura TeleHealth and Wellness Center staff and leading them in prayer to help healing the sick and for protection of the staff. The Cura staff were so thankful for this act of kindness. There were many tears.
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  • There is loss during this time, but there are new souls gracing us through difficult times. Taelinh Grace Merrell, born in Gainesville,GA on April 4th 2020. I was the only one allowed at the hospital. My wife McKinsey and I (Robert Merrell) have hope in our hearts for the future of the world. To the Next Generation, may we never forget our past mistakes, may we strive to leave our future generations an inheritance of a world that is preserved rather than exploited. GOD BLESS AMERICA, GOD BLESS OUR PRESIDENT.
    There is loss during this time, but there are new souls gracing us through difficult times. Taelinh Grace Merrell, born in Gainesville,GA on April 4th 2020. I was the only one allowed at the hospital. My wife McKinsey and I (Robert Merrell) have hope in our hearts for the future of the world. To the Next Generation, may we never forget our past mistakes, may we strive to leave our future generations an inheritance of a world that is preserved rather than exploited. GOD BLESS AMERICA, GOD BLESS OUR PRESIDENT.
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  • This is a picture of my son, the one with the red sleeves, at work in the ER. He works at Harper Hospital in downtown Detroit. He caught the virus at work, has recovered, and is back at work. I can’t express how proud I am of him and the whole staff in the ER. They are working the front line, helping when and where they can. Everyone of them deserves such praise! I thank God everyday for them and to keep them safe. God bless America in its time of need.
    This is a picture of my son, the one with the red sleeves, at work in the ER. He works at Harper Hospital in downtown Detroit. He caught the virus at work, has recovered, and is back at work. I can’t express how proud I am of him and the whole staff in the ER. They are working the front line, helping when and where they can. Everyone of them deserves such praise! I thank God everyday for them and to keep them safe. God bless America in its time of need.
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  • Making the best of a difficult time. The Marks Family walking around the neighborhood. As we walked single file past our neighbors sitting along the edge of the street on opposite sides from each other , someone yelled "how about a fanfare!" Little did they know we had a few trumpets at home and everyone grabbed something to play before making another lap.
    Making the best of a difficult time. The Marks Family walking around the neighborhood. As we walked single file past our neighbors sitting along the edge of the street on opposite sides from each other , someone yelled "how about a fanfare!" Little did they know we had a few trumpets at home and everyone grabbed something to play before making another lap.
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  • Our Heart Center team at the DC VAMC still taking care of Veteran’s that need urgent heart or lung surgery as well as tending to those with COVID. Dr. Trachiotis
    Our Heart Center team at the DC VAMC still taking care of Veteran’s that need urgent heart or lung surgery as well as tending to those with COVID. Dr. Trachiotis
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  • Our local church had an idea to have families send notes of encouragement to the staff and patients at our local hospital. Here’s a picture of our boys with their cards all done and ready to go. They wrote to the staff and patients that they are praying for them.
    Our local church had an idea to have families send notes of encouragement to the staff and patients at our local hospital. Here’s a picture of our boys with their cards all done and ready to go. They wrote to the staff and patients that they are praying for them.
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  • Dr. Allison Holstein, in Charleston, West Virginia, drops off Chloe at her parent’s house early on Monday morning. Dr. Holstein is on her way to work as a Pediatrician at Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Daycare is closed, so grandparents and family members step in where needed. Millions of health care workers are fighting the virus on the front line, while juggling new daycare and family responsibilities.
    Dr. Allison Holstein, in Charleston, West Virginia, drops off Chloe at her parent’s house early on Monday morning. Dr. Holstein is on her way to work as a Pediatrician at Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Daycare is closed, so grandparents and family members step in where needed. Millions of health care workers are fighting the virus on the front line, while juggling new daycare and family responsibilities.
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  • We live 50 miles from San Antonio, Texas. Our neighbor is a nurse that works in a hospital there. We heard they were in need of PPE, so we decided we wanted to help. My wife sews quite often, so we got with our other neighbor and started gathering materials that we had on hand to make masks. So far we have given the hospital 52 masks, and we are still going to make some more. Even being home bound we wanted to do our part as Americans! We got word that everyone at the hospital was very thankful for the masks. Thanks for covering the pandemic crisis for America! The “Truth” matters! Regards, James Powell USN-Ret. Charlett Powell Judy
    We live 50 miles from San Antonio, Texas. Our neighbor is a nurse that works in a hospital there. We heard they were in need of PPE, so we decided we wanted to help. My wife sews quite often, so we got with our other neighbor and started gathering materials that we had on hand to make masks. So far we have given the hospital 52 masks, and we are still going to make some more. Even being home bound we wanted to do our part as Americans! We got word that everyone at the hospital was very thankful for the masks. Thanks for covering the pandemic crisis for America! The “Truth” matters! Regards, James Powell USN-Ret. Charlett Powell Judy
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  • My name is Taylor Stumpf, I am an upcoming 2020 UGA grad from Marietta, Georgia. On April 2nd, my friends and I launched an organization called Feed the Frontlines GA which is raising money to purchase meals from local restaurants which we will deliver to hospitals for frontline healthcare workers. We hope to alleviate some stress local restaurants are facing while also showing support for our healthcare workers. As Georgia is projected to peak with coronavirus cases in the next two months, we are trying to fundraise and establish this infrastructure now so we are ready to help as much as possible when things get worse. In the last week, we have raised over $10,000 and we are trying to keep the momentum going. We already have meal deliveries scheduled weekly for the rest of April at Emory-St. Joseph's, Atlanta VA Medical Center, Grady, Emory Main, and Coliseum Northside (Macon).
    My name is Taylor Stumpf, I am an upcoming 2020 UGA grad from Marietta, Georgia. On April 2nd, my friends and I launched an organization called Feed the Frontlines GA which is raising money to purchase meals from local restaurants which we will deliver to hospitals for frontline healthcare workers. We hope to alleviate some stress local restaurants are facing while also showing support for our healthcare workers. As Georgia is projected to peak with coronavirus cases in the next two months, we are trying to fundraise and establish this infrastructure now so we are ready to help as much as possible when things get worse. In the last week, we have raised over $10,000 and we are trying to keep the momentum going. We already have meal deliveries scheduled weekly for the rest of April at Emory-St. Joseph's, Atlanta VA Medical Center, Grady, Emory Main, and Coliseum Northside (Macon).
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  • My neice Analese made masks for her mother and other nurses at her Mom's job. She used her Grandma's sewing machine, who passed last year. Erin Clancy
    My neice Analese made masks for her mother and other nurses at her Mom's job. She used her Grandma's sewing machine, who passed last year. Erin Clancy
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  • No one embodies the spirit of service better than the Volunteers of America - whose mission it is to serve the most vulnerable in our country -- the vets, the disabled, the homeless &amp;the recovering addicts. Below is a quick snapshot of the work they are doing along with photos and a video clips. I hope you will consider recognizing the important work they are doing around the country. Please let me know if you have any questions about the work they are doing or seek any interviews. Thank you, Daniela Sicuranza
    No one embodies the spirit of service better than the Volunteers of America - whose mission it is to serve the most vulnerable in our country -- the vets, the disabled, the homeless &the recovering addicts. Below is a quick snapshot of the work they are doing along with photos and a video clips. I hope you will consider recognizing the important work they are doing around the country. Please let me know if you have any questions about the work they are doing or seek any interviews. Thank you, Daniela Sicuranza
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  • Our daughter is a critical care Physician at U TN and they have been instructed to wear face masks 24/7. Megan’s MIL had masks made out of an old tailgate tablecloth! Megan sent this photo to us with the caption: Nothing could be finer than to be a Clemson Tiger😷🦠🐯!
    Our daughter is a critical care Physician at U TN and they have been instructed to wear face masks 24/7. Megan’s MIL had masks made out of an old tailgate tablecloth! Megan sent this photo to us with the caption: Nothing could be finer than to be a Clemson Tiger😷🦠🐯!
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  • Dropped 20 pizzas and a bunch of gatorades to the a hospital in Greeley Colorado. Also had another batch delivered for the evening shift at the hospital! Small effort from our High School Baseball Program for a few of the heroes in our community.
    Dropped 20 pizzas and a bunch of gatorades to the a hospital in Greeley Colorado. Also had another batch delivered for the evening shift at the hospital! Small effort from our High School Baseball Program for a few of the heroes in our community.
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  • Some Frontline staff on 2South at NY Presbyterian Hospital-Weill/Cornell campus
    Some Frontline staff on 2South at NY Presbyterian Hospital-Weill/Cornell campus
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  • Elaine Palance and Sarah Pennington have their company Saralaine Designs and for some time now they have been sewing unique dog scarves. Elaine Palance is legendary actor Jack Palance’s widow and career seamstress. Just recently people have been asking Elaine and Sarah Pennington to make masks that would have a filter compartment for the best safety and that looked prettier or more handsome that the hospital masks - for the general public. Their masks have a slot where the user can add any filter material – then after use - remove the filter, wash/dry the mask, add a new filter and ready for the next time someone needs to go to a store or is essential at a company. It was very easy to shift gears from the dog bandanas to making scarves that can save lives as well as look nice. Sarah and Elaine are working night and day presently. In this photo below, there is Elaine Palance (center) with her dog Pootie wearing one of their Saralaine scarves….then Sarah Pennington behind the iron and sewing machine. That is Sarah’s husband modeling a denim mask – Jay Pennington who is a filmmaker and actor. On the right of the picture is a local doctor who wanted a mask to match an outfit of hers to be safe and fashionable in these times.
    Elaine Palance and Sarah Pennington have their company Saralaine Designs and for some time now they have been sewing unique dog scarves. Elaine Palance is legendary actor Jack Palance’s widow and career seamstress. Just recently people have been asking Elaine and Sarah Pennington to make masks that would have a filter compartment for the best safety and that looked prettier or more handsome that the hospital masks - for the general public. Their masks have a slot where the user can add any filter material – then after use - remove the filter, wash/dry the mask, add a new filter and ready for the next time someone needs to go to a store or is essential at a company. It was very easy to shift gears from the dog bandanas to making scarves that can save lives as well as look nice. Sarah and Elaine are working night and day presently. In this photo below, there is Elaine Palance (center) with her dog Pootie wearing one of their Saralaine scarves….then Sarah Pennington behind the iron and sewing machine. That is Sarah’s husband modeling a denim mask – Jay Pennington who is a filmmaker and actor. On the right of the picture is a local doctor who wanted a mask to match an outfit of hers to be safe and fashionable in these times.
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  • The kids are in charge in quarantine! The hair trimmer comes to the Coral Gables Florida front door and the kids can’t wait to try it on Dad, or “Tati” as they call him in Romanian. (Mrs. Fulton, the Mama is Romanian) Christopher Fulton Jr age 6 Elizabeth Fulton age almost 8 How old is Tati? We aren’t saying. But he definitely looks younger with a haircut ! And Mrs. Fulton is happy too.
    The kids are in charge in quarantine! The hair trimmer comes to the Coral Gables Florida front door and the kids can’t wait to try it on Dad, or “Tati” as they call him in Romanian. (Mrs. Fulton, the Mama is Romanian) Christopher Fulton Jr age 6 Elizabeth Fulton age almost 8 How old is Tati? We aren’t saying. But he definitely looks younger with a haircut ! And Mrs. Fulton is happy too.
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  • Elizabeth Morgan(right) and Maggie Courser(left) hang out and chat from a supervised distance on a nice day in Dearborn Michigan. Both teenagers taking precautions because their parents are in the medical field at Beaumont hospitals in the Detroit area. Maggie’s mom is a front line nurse tanking care of COVID 19 patients in the ICU and Elizabeth’s mom process and codes incoming virus patients.
    Elizabeth Morgan(right) and Maggie Courser(left) hang out and chat from a supervised distance on a nice day in Dearborn Michigan. Both teenagers taking precautions because their parents are in the medical field at Beaumont hospitals in the Detroit area. Maggie’s mom is a front line nurse tanking care of COVID 19 patients in the ICU and Elizabeth’s mom process and codes incoming virus patients.
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  • Until we get the all-clear, Mamaw and Papaw visit like this. It is stinky cheese, but you are SO worth it. Grandparents Bob and Donna Ross FaceTiming with Adam and Rebekah.
    Until we get the all-clear, Mamaw and Papaw visit like this. It is stinky cheese, but you are SO worth it. Grandparents Bob and Donna Ross FaceTiming with Adam and Rebekah.
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  • My son’s 6th grade at home art project. Just trying to make other people smile.
    My son’s 6th grade at home art project. Just trying to make other people smile.
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  • My husband and I are almost 80 yrs old and this is how our grandsons, Peyton, Ben and Nick, lifted our spirits during our isolation. The second picture is our ‘care’ package they left. Love those boys!!!
    My husband and I are almost 80 yrs old and this is how our grandsons, Peyton, Ben and Nick, lifted our spirits during our isolation. The second picture is our ‘care’ package they left. Love those boys!!!
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  • My husband Ken is a self employed contractor and home remodeler but due to the quarantine he cant work. Instead he is giving our son Tripp some building lessons. Best father son time!
    My husband Ken is a self employed contractor and home remodeler but due to the quarantine he cant work. Instead he is giving our son Tripp some building lessons. Best father son time!
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  • My job went from a non-essential business to an essential business by switching to making masks for our community, plus I go home and make masks for my family and friends and any extras I donate.
    My job went from a non-essential business to an essential business by switching to making masks for our community, plus I go home and make masks for my family and friends and any extras I donate.
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  • We had planned lunch to celebrate my sisters 71st birthday. I became ill running a low grade fever and decided I would drop off her lunch. She surprised me with a unique way of getting her lunch staying 6 ft away. What a crazy big sis! LOVE HER! From Charleston, SC. Peggy Hilton
    We had planned lunch to celebrate my sisters 71st birthday. I became ill running a low grade fever and decided I would drop off her lunch. She surprised me with a unique way of getting her lunch staying 6 ft away. What a crazy big sis! LOVE HER! From Charleston, SC. Peggy Hilton
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  • Attached pictures are of my daughter Navya P. and her friend Abhijit S. decorating bags for Lunches of Love(https://lunchesoflove.net/), for their at-home community service. Fort Bend ISD issued a Shelter in place order to keep our community in Houston Texas safe . Both the kids are 7th graders in Fort Bend ISD.
    Attached pictures are of my daughter Navya P. and her friend Abhijit S. decorating bags for Lunches of Love(https://lunchesoflove.net/), for their at-home community service. Fort Bend ISD issued a Shelter in place order to keep our community in Houston Texas safe . Both the kids are 7th graders in Fort Bend ISD.
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  • Travis and Amy Hope and their precious pup, Zoe live in Moore County, Lynchburg Tennessee. Moore County is 1 of 8 counties in Tennessee that are still virus free. Like all the folks in this small Tennessee town, Travis and Amy are doing the right thing by staying close to home. They have some health issue that put them at risk, but most of all, it’s just the right thing to do. The Easter Bunny ( Travis’ sister, Kellie Sandefur) paid them a visit this morning.
    Travis and Amy Hope and their precious pup, Zoe live in Moore County, Lynchburg Tennessee. Moore County is 1 of 8 counties in Tennessee that are still virus free. Like all the folks in this small Tennessee town, Travis and Amy are doing the right thing by staying close to home. They have some health issue that put them at risk, but most of all, it’s just the right thing to do. The Easter Bunny ( Travis’ sister, Kellie Sandefur) paid them a visit this morning.
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  • Cindy Owen's (Granny) and (10 year old grand-daughter) Beau Owens sew masks for St.Marys Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado with others from the Fruita 2nd. Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
    Cindy Owen's (Granny) and (10 year old grand-daughter) Beau Owens sew masks for St.Marys Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado with others from the Fruita 2nd. Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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  • Some kind musicians came and gave an outdoor concert to some of the residents at an assisted living facility where our great grandparents reside. They have been on total lockdown so it was a welcome respite, but with plenty of social distancing!
    Some kind musicians came and gave an outdoor concert to some of the residents at an assisted living facility where our great grandparents reside. They have been on total lockdown so it was a welcome respite, but with plenty of social distancing!
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  • My wife Bridgit and her mother Cathy from east Texas have made over 600 masks to donate to health care employees, nursing homes, family, friends, and whoever else requested them. They have mailed them all out to 6 different states.
    My wife Bridgit and her mother Cathy from east Texas have made over 600 masks to donate to health care employees, nursing homes, family, friends, and whoever else requested them. They have mailed them all out to 6 different states.
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  • Veterans fighting the Cornovirus!! Master Sgt R.E. Wood and his dog Yukonjack Lawrence; Kansas
    Veterans fighting the Cornovirus!! Master Sgt R.E. Wood and his dog Yukonjack Lawrence; Kansas
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  • My 91 year old mother lost her brother. S he was unable to attend the funeral due to coronavirus. Two sweet friends bought her a wreath, and we took it to her window of the Assisted living facility in Oxford, Ms on the day of the funeral. This is a picture of her looking out her window as I show her the wreath.
    My 91 year old mother lost her brother. S he was unable to attend the funeral due to coronavirus. Two sweet friends bought her a wreath, and we took it to her window of the Assisted living facility in Oxford, Ms on the day of the funeral. This is a picture of her looking out her window as I show her the wreath.
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  • Heya Fox News Gang!! We are here; The Government in Monmouth County NJ is in the office doing our investigations and making sure ALL the people who are experiencing HARD times and who are eligible will be able to obtain Federal SNAP (foodstamp) benefits and making sure MEDICAID has no lapses in coverage for all those covered. I am leaving my wife and two little girls at home everyday to make sure strangers; those less fortunate than me have access to everything that they will need to make a strong resurgence during this difficult time in American History. Let us never forget those who have paid the ultimate price; those who died; those who's deaths will lead (hopefully) to a better understanding of this pandemic.
    Heya Fox News Gang!! We are here; The Government in Monmouth County NJ is in the office doing our investigations and making sure ALL the people who are experiencing HARD times and who are eligible will be able to obtain Federal SNAP (foodstamp) benefits and making sure MEDICAID has no lapses in coverage for all those covered. I am leaving my wife and two little girls at home everyday to make sure strangers; those less fortunate than me have access to everything that they will need to make a strong resurgence during this difficult time in American History. Let us never forget those who have paid the ultimate price; those who died; those who's deaths will lead (hopefully) to a better understanding of this pandemic.
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  • This is my wife Jane at work, she is an RN for Hometown Health Center in Schenectady New York. Thanks, Mike Russel
    This is my wife Jane at work, she is an RN for Hometown Health Center in Schenectady New York. Thanks, Mike Russel
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  • Our church, Good Shepherd Lutheran, of North Fort Myers, Florida, is helping members during this time by live streaming services, and serving Holy Communion curbside in the driveway, carefully gloved, sanitized, protecting the recipient. People call and make appointments and are met outside. Pictured is pastor Robert Davis.
    Our church, Good Shepherd Lutheran, of North Fort Myers, Florida, is helping members during this time by live streaming services, and serving Holy Communion curbside in the driveway, carefully gloved, sanitized, protecting the recipient. People call and make appointments and are met outside. Pictured is pastor Robert Davis.
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  • This is My Mom, she works in the garden center at Walmart, she’s considered “essential” and has gone to work everyday since this whole thing started, she doesn’t complain too much, and no matter what, she will help you anyway she can. Her job is just as dangerous as any other job that people are putting into the category as a “Hero”. My Mom will always be my HERO, she may just be one person in this world, but she is my whole world and so are every other employee there, each and every one of them are someone’s mother, father, grandparent or child and everyday each one puts their life on the line for YOU. Remember that each time you decide to take your family in there, it’s not their fault that the shelves are not full or the doors are locked. BE KIND, we’re all in this together!
    This is My Mom, she works in the garden center at Walmart, she’s considered “essential” and has gone to work everyday since this whole thing started, she doesn’t complain too much, and no matter what, she will help you anyway she can. Her job is just as dangerous as any other job that people are putting into the category as a “Hero”. My Mom will always be my HERO, she may just be one person in this world, but she is my whole world and so are every other employee there, each and every one of them are someone’s mother, father, grandparent or child and everyday each one puts their life on the line for YOU. Remember that each time you decide to take your family in there, it’s not their fault that the shelves are not full or the doors are locked. BE KIND, we’re all in this together!
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  • Family in Tennessee helped their 74 year old grandmother celebrate her birthday in a retirement community by putting on a scooter parade for the neighborhood. And the best part? A birthday sign made of paper towels :)
    Family in Tennessee helped their 74 year old grandmother celebrate her birthday in a retirement community by putting on a scooter parade for the neighborhood. And the best part? A birthday sign made of paper towels :)
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  • Having my once a week chemo treatment at Zimmer Center, NHRMC, Wilmington, NC. I realize how much worse off so many others are and I'm Blessed to still be alive, my family is safe, we have food, water and essentials. I pray for America and the World. God Bless America! Glenda Fincannon
    Having my once a week chemo treatment at Zimmer Center, NHRMC, Wilmington, NC. I realize how much worse off so many others are and I'm Blessed to still be alive, my family is safe, we have food, water and essentials. I pray for America and the World. God Bless America! Glenda Fincannon
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  • 90 year old granny from Indiana thought she was going to be spending her first Easter all alone Until her family showed up in an Easter parade and surprised her after she had spent 30 days alone in her house. The video clip is so cute.......she had no idea
    90 year old granny from Indiana thought she was going to be spending her first Easter all alone Until her family showed up in an Easter parade and surprised her after she had spent 30 days alone in her house. The video clip is so cute.......she had no idea
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  • Since we can not have church in our student ministry building, the leaders of Boyd Campus Group Student Ministries decided to provide meals to students and families in our community. We provide meals Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm and from 11am to 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. We do not ask for identification or make people qualify. We just want to bless students and families. So far, we have provided over 1000 meals to students and families in our community!
    Since we can not have church in our student ministry building, the leaders of Boyd Campus Group Student Ministries decided to provide meals to students and families in our community. We provide meals Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm and from 11am to 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. We do not ask for identification or make people qualify. We just want to bless students and families. So far, we have provided over 1000 meals to students and families in our community!
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  • 7th grader makes masks for those in need after learning to sew in home ec class at school My niece, Tessa Sadoski is your typical 12-year-old girl from the small farming town of Randolph, WI. The school requires 7th grade students to take family and consumer economics, where they learn cooking and sewing. While in this class over the winter, my niece took to a sewing machine for the first time. Not much thought was given to the newly acquired skill until the COVID-19 pandemic. Tessa's dad, Ben, has a genetic heart condition that makes him high risk. My sister, (Tessa's mom) Cori, mentioned to Tessa that they should make masks for their family and others in need. Tessa was on board immediately. She went out to the family farm, where she asked her grandmother, who is in her 80's, if she could use her sewing machine. However, when Tessa and her grandmother went to retrieve the machine, they found it no longer worked. So my sister bought a new machine and after finding a video on YouTube on how to make masks, Tessa started stitching away. She started by making masks for family members. As word got out that Tessa was making masks, others that were vulnerable in the community of 1800 asked Tessa if she would be willing to make them a mask. Tessa happily obliged. While several people had offered to pay her, she refused to accept any money. In the past three weeks she has made masks for seniors, nurses, and people that were more vulnerable to the virus. The whole family, including Tessa's older brother Jack, have helped with cutting fabric and elastic and the delivery of the masks. Cori manages several post offices in southern Wisconsin. With the postal service having a difficult time obtaining masks for workers, Cori has now started stitching too, making masks with Tessa for the employees of the offices she manages. Between Cori and Tessa they have made over 300 masks in the past couple of weeks, with about 450 more to go to cover the postal workers. After that, the
    7th grader makes masks for those in need after learning to sew in home ec class at school My niece, Tessa Sadoski is your typical 12-year-old girl from the small farming town of Randolph, WI. The school requires 7th grade students to take family and consumer economics, where they learn cooking and sewing. While in this class over the winter, my niece took to a sewing machine for the first time. Not much thought was given to the newly acquired skill until the COVID-19 pandemic. Tessa's dad, Ben, has a genetic heart condition that makes him high risk. My sister, (Tessa's mom) Cori, mentioned to Tessa that they should make masks for their family and others in need. Tessa was on board immediately. She went out to the family farm, where she asked her grandmother, who is in her 80's, if she could use her sewing machine. However, when Tessa and her grandmother went to retrieve the machine, they found it no longer worked. So my sister bought a new machine and after finding a video on YouTube on how to make masks, Tessa started stitching away. She started by making masks for family members. As word got out that Tessa was making masks, others that were vulnerable in the community of 1800 asked Tessa if she would be willing to make them a mask. Tessa happily obliged. While several people had offered to pay her, she refused to accept any money. In the past three weeks she has made masks for seniors, nurses, and people that were more vulnerable to the virus. The whole family, including Tessa's older brother Jack, have helped with cutting fabric and elastic and the delivery of the masks. Cori manages several post offices in southern Wisconsin. With the postal service having a difficult time obtaining masks for workers, Cori has now started stitching too, making masks with Tessa for the employees of the offices she manages. Between Cori and Tessa they have made over 300 masks in the past couple of weeks, with about 450 more to go to cover the postal workers. After that, the
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  • My family wanted to do something for my mother Rose Perez who is going to be 91 in May. She lives at an ALF "The Crossings" in Riverview Florida. She misses visits from her kids, grand kids and great grand kids. So in complying with social distancing 3 families went to brighten up her day for Easter. Through her window you can see her joy. She told us by phone how special we made Easter 2020. She will never forget this day. In addition a lot of the other residents enjoyed as they looked from their rooms.
    My family wanted to do something for my mother Rose Perez who is going to be 91 in May. She lives at an ALF "The Crossings" in Riverview Florida. She misses visits from her kids, grand kids and great grand kids. So in complying with social distancing 3 families went to brighten up her day for Easter. Through her window you can see her joy. She told us by phone how special we made Easter 2020. She will never forget this day. In addition a lot of the other residents enjoyed as they looked from their rooms.
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  • Happy Easter 2020 from Annapolis, Maryland - The Pentecost Family
    Happy Easter 2020 from Annapolis, Maryland - The Pentecost Family
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  • Practicing social distancing inside fire engine 2. Fire personnel in Las Vegas following IAFF guidelines on social distancing in the fire house and on the rigs. Captain Steve Palenske and fireman Dan Wilder wear masks Enroute to a call
    Practicing social distancing inside fire engine 2. Fire personnel in Las Vegas following IAFF guidelines on social distancing in the fire house and on the rigs. Captain Steve Palenske and fireman Dan Wilder wear masks Enroute to a call
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  • We put together afternoon bootcamp for all of the kids in our neighborhood! Everyone stays 6 ft apart. The kids love it!! Fox News Rocks! Stay strong America! Anja Atlanta GA
    We put together afternoon bootcamp for all of the kids in our neighborhood! Everyone stays 6 ft apart. The kids love it!! Fox News Rocks! Stay strong America! Anja Atlanta GA
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  • We are Emergency room nurses in South Miami, Fla and wanted to thank everyone for your support and gratitude. Keep America strong, stay home and we will fight for you!
    We are Emergency room nurses in South Miami, Fla and wanted to thank everyone for your support and gratitude. Keep America strong, stay home and we will fight for you!
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  • This is tongue-in-cheek, but it does emphasize that one of the most important steps in protecting yourself is to simply not touch your face between hand washings. It only took a few minutes in the workshop to assemble this . . .
    This is tongue-in-cheek, but it does emphasize that one of the most important steps in protecting yourself is to simply not touch your face between hand washings. It only took a few minutes in the workshop to assemble this . . .
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  • This is my daughter, Dr Kathryn Curtis, Pharm D. She Is answering codes in the Emergency Room and the COVID floor at a large hospital in Washington State. She has an auto immune disorder. Not enough N95 masks for the staff. They will run out of the paper masks and gloves soon. She is terrified of contaminating her 7 year old son and 5 year old twin daughters. Cheryl Armentrout
    This is my daughter, Dr Kathryn Curtis, Pharm D. She Is answering codes in the Emergency Room and the COVID floor at a large hospital in Washington State. She has an auto immune disorder. Not enough N95 masks for the staff. They will run out of the paper masks and gloves soon. She is terrified of contaminating her 7 year old son and 5 year old twin daughters. Cheryl Armentrout
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  • My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano TX, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine. Here are photos I asked her for and her phone number if you wish to call or text her--I think this would make a great uplifting story at this time!
    My close friend, Alexis Allen, of Plano TX, who has been making quilts for donation to Military / Wounded Soldiers for 7-1/2 years, (has made/donated hundreds) abruptly switched recently to making Masks to donate. So far she has donated masks to a Police Department, a Bakery, Construction Crews, and the Elderly. She is a true hero of mine. Here are photos I asked her for and her phone number if you wish to call or text her--I think this would make a great uplifting story at this time!
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  • I just thought I would share this little stroke of genius. After hearing home made cloth masks were not any good, and later being told they are; my wife tried (without much luck) to follow the many of the suggestions on how to make a mask without sewing. Today she came up with a great idea and texted me the attached photos. This mask was made from a disposable diaper and a drawstring from a pair of sweat pants. It was easy to make and creates a great barrier. Thanks to our new grandson for donating the material. Dorsey Worthington Cincinnati, Ohio
    I just thought I would share this little stroke of genius. After hearing home made cloth masks were not any good, and later being told they are; my wife tried (without much luck) to follow the many of the suggestions on how to make a mask without sewing. Today she came up with a great idea and texted me the attached photos. This mask was made from a disposable diaper and a drawstring from a pair of sweat pants. It was easy to make and creates a great barrier. Thanks to our new grandson for donating the material. Dorsey Worthington Cincinnati, Ohio
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  • We wanted to share that our club is making 100's of cloth masks to support a local Oncology Clinic and others. We pray for our President and support him. This is my husband wearing a MAGA mask made by Isabel Ibarra, our Recording Secretary.
    We wanted to share that our club is making 100's of cloth masks to support a local Oncology Clinic and others. We pray for our President and support him. This is my husband wearing a MAGA mask made by Isabel Ibarra, our Recording Secretary.
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  • Sam and I wanted to bring some smiles to the grocery store. Mission accomplished! It’s not a fun place now-a-days and the staff is understandably anxious and vulnerable. The staff was all smiles. Several people took pictures of us. People started posting our pictures to social media and it has received local attention with thousands of likes and 100% positive feedback.
    Sam and I wanted to bring some smiles to the grocery store. Mission accomplished! It’s not a fun place now-a-days and the staff is understandably anxious and vulnerable. The staff was all smiles. Several people took pictures of us. People started posting our pictures to social media and it has received local attention with thousands of likes and 100% positive feedback.
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  • So proud of my nephew Anthony Fattori who works in Occupational Therapy at Penn Medicine /Princeton Health in Plainfield, NJ His facility is in an area of NJ with need for "All hands on deck" to help care for Covid 19 patients at the facility . Instead of Occupational Therapy , he is now a hospital aid, vital sign taker, passing out dinner trays, whatever needs to be done to care for patients . We are so proud he is able to help these patients in need and continue to pray for him, his patients, as well as the safety of his wife and daughter who he comes home to every night. Annemarie Kershaw/Cape May, NJ.
    So proud of my nephew Anthony Fattori who works in Occupational Therapy at Penn Medicine /Princeton Health in Plainfield, NJ His facility is in an area of NJ with need for "All hands on deck" to help care for Covid 19 patients at the facility . Instead of Occupational Therapy , he is now a hospital aid, vital sign taker, passing out dinner trays, whatever needs to be done to care for patients . We are so proud he is able to help these patients in need and continue to pray for him, his patients, as well as the safety of his wife and daughter who he comes home to every night. Annemarie Kershaw/Cape May, NJ.
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  • Here is a picture of the determination and dedication of my daughter Amanda and three co-workers (all RNs) who are on the front lines to assure the health and safety of their patients at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD. KKI is recognized world-wide for its mission to transform the lives of children with disorders of the brain through groundbreaking research, innovative treatments and life-changing education. Martin Lurz
    Here is a picture of the determination and dedication of my daughter Amanda and three co-workers (all RNs) who are on the front lines to assure the health and safety of their patients at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD. KKI is recognized world-wide for its mission to transform the lives of children with disorders of the brain through groundbreaking research, innovative treatments and life-changing education. Martin Lurz
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  • We asked our congregation to make a arts and craft project called a “Gods Eye” to symbolically represent them and their families while they have to stay at home during the shelter in place. We tape their God’s eye onto the pews and it helps us conduct online services with a skeleton crew. Pastor Chuck Johnson
    We asked our congregation to make a arts and craft project called a “Gods Eye” to symbolically represent them and their families while they have to stay at home during the shelter in place. We tape their God’s eye onto the pews and it helps us conduct online services with a skeleton crew. Pastor Chuck Johnson
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  • We wanted to thank the trash man, so we left them a message on trash day. (Bossier City, LA)
    We wanted to thank the trash man, so we left them a message on trash day. (Bossier City, LA)
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  • Our son Ryder turned 5 April 3 and Brady turned 3 March 24. This is the first birthday grandma and grandpa weren’t here. We did a lot of FaceTime and then took a fun family photo. Ryder wanted the 4 of us to put on dinosaur masks.
    Our son Ryder turned 5 April 3 and Brady turned 3 March 24. This is the first birthday grandma and grandpa weren’t here. We did a lot of FaceTime and then took a fun family photo. Ryder wanted the 4 of us to put on dinosaur masks.
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  • My girlfriend Adriana Acosta, is a school teacher and coach. Here in San Antonio, like most, her school district is closed now because of covid-19. So she decided to start making masks for whomever needs them, shes been at it all weekend and still. She had a heart of gold, always see the best in people and is always there to learn a helping hand. She deserves recognition as so many do, that are helping in any way they can.
    My girlfriend Adriana Acosta, is a school teacher and coach. Here in San Antonio, like most, her school district is closed now because of covid-19. So she decided to start making masks for whomever needs them, shes been at it all weekend and still. She had a heart of gold, always see the best in people and is always there to learn a helping hand. She deserves recognition as so many do, that are helping in any way they can.
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  • I’m an emergency Room physician at a busy Miami Hospital. Everyday I wear this protected gear to keep the patients safe and myself. Thank you America for supporting the healthcare workers!!
    I’m an emergency Room physician at a busy Miami Hospital. Everyday I wear this protected gear to keep the patients safe and myself. Thank you America for supporting the healthcare workers!!
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  • With my daughter home from UCLA, son home from High Tech High school, my wife and I get to enjoy family time we never had before as the kids are forced to stay home, so we introduced them to board games,
    With my daughter home from UCLA, son home from High Tech High school, my wife and I get to enjoy family time we never had before as the kids are forced to stay home, so we introduced them to board games,
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  • Many families, elderly, front line workers, and neighbors are given large portions of bbq pulled pork each week. We gather donated pork butts and smoke them, shred them, sauce them, and give them absolutely free to anyone who wants some. We make the pork available under our car port at the main entrance in ice chests so that people can pick them up with having no contact with others. We make bigger batches each time and our congregation wants to do more! We post on our church facebook site when we make the pork available and it is relayed to thousands of people. Pastor Chuck Johnson
    Many families, elderly, front line workers, and neighbors are given large portions of bbq pulled pork each week. We gather donated pork butts and smoke them, shred them, sauce them, and give them absolutely free to anyone who wants some. We make the pork available under our car port at the main entrance in ice chests so that people can pick them up with having no contact with others. We make bigger batches each time and our congregation wants to do more! We post on our church facebook site when we make the pork available and it is relayed to thousands of people. Pastor Chuck Johnson
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  • Grandparents drive 50 miles to visit their grandchildren in Syracuse, NY.
    Grandparents drive 50 miles to visit their grandchildren in Syracuse, NY.
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  • Today’s #Everydayhero is Orange County’s five star chef Bill Bracken who is using his restaurant, Bracken's Kitchen, to provide free meals to the hungry and the homeless. Chef Bracken has already provided over 15,000 meals in the last 4 days, and he expects to serve 20,000-25,000 meals this week. Are you wondering how Chef Bracken has been ramping up his kitchen’s capacity? He has hired recently laid-off restaurant employees to assist him. Chef Bracken --We appreciate you for all your efforts in serving often forgotten populations, not only through food, but through your hiring practices. That is why today you are our #Everydayhero
    Today’s #Everydayhero is Orange County’s five star chef Bill Bracken who is using his restaurant, Bracken's Kitchen, to provide free meals to the hungry and the homeless. Chef Bracken has already provided over 15,000 meals in the last 4 days, and he expects to serve 20,000-25,000 meals this week. Are you wondering how Chef Bracken has been ramping up his kitchen’s capacity? He has hired recently laid-off restaurant employees to assist him. Chef Bracken --We appreciate you for all your efforts in serving often forgotten populations, not only through food, but through your hiring practices. That is why today you are our #Everydayhero
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  • My daughter and her fiance were scheduled to be married on April 5, but had to cancel their dream wedding because of the virus. They set up an alternate wedding with just their parents in an outdoor environment where everyone stayed a good distance apart! Here is their tribute to the changes of that day. Susan Stitch
    My daughter and her fiance were scheduled to be married on April 5, but had to cancel their dream wedding because of the virus. They set up an alternate wedding with just their parents in an outdoor environment where everyone stayed a good distance apart! Here is their tribute to the changes of that day. Susan Stitch
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  • My hero daughter Working at the hospital in Oklahoma City!
    My hero daughter Working at the hospital in Oklahoma City!
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  • My husband had to forgo the traditional promotion ceremony when he became a Lt. Colonel. Instead, we did the ceremony at home with our three kids to help while his commander and our family watched over ZOOM! Our boys held up the flag while my husband took his oath. My daughter and I pinned his new rank. My husband has handled all this with so much character, not complaining or angry about all the changes, and is a great example to our kids about rolling with the punches!
    My husband had to forgo the traditional promotion ceremony when he became a Lt. Colonel. Instead, we did the ceremony at home with our three kids to help while his commander and our family watched over ZOOM! Our boys held up the flag while my husband took his oath. My daughter and I pinned his new rank. My husband has handled all this with so much character, not complaining or angry about all the changes, and is a great example to our kids about rolling with the punches!
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  • Residents and caregivers catch some rays of Spring sunshine on the patio. Trying out some new handmade face masks donated by friends and family. Monarch Greens Residential Assisted Living Home - 4.5.20, Fort Collins, CO Erin Ellis Monarch Greens Assisted Living A Home For Life
    Residents and caregivers catch some rays of Spring sunshine on the patio. Trying out some new handmade face masks donated by friends and family. Monarch Greens Residential Assisted Living Home - 4.5.20, Fort Collins, CO Erin Ellis Monarch Greens Assisted Living A Home For Life
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  • The virus has stopped us from traveling to my sister's wedding😢 We made the best of it and dressed up the Maid of Honor and flower girls, made a ceremony area in our dinning room, and watched the FB Live!
    The virus has stopped us from traveling to my sister's wedding😢 We made the best of it and dressed up the Maid of Honor and flower girls, made a ceremony area in our dinning room, and watched the FB Live!
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  • Hey Foxnews! My name is Taylor Collins, I am a registered nurse in the emergency room at Emory right next to the Center for disease control. This is a picture of our ER at night during the pandemic. We are working hard to protect ourselves while treating the community. I am the one with my mask off:) We are the frontline 💪
    Hey Foxnews! My name is Taylor Collins, I am a registered nurse in the emergency room at Emory right next to the Center for disease control. This is a picture of our ER at night during the pandemic. We are working hard to protect ourselves while treating the community. I am the one with my mask off:) We are the frontline 💪
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  • My brother Clay King, he is a Charge Nurse &amp; Hospital Administrator at a hospital in Decatur TX. His wife Gabby is going through KEMO because she had cancer. Clay had to purchase a Camper to stay in because he can not return to his wife. If she becomes exposed to the Coronavirus it will be a LARGE chance she will die from it. So my brother will probably not be able to even kiss her for more than 6 months, because he is on the front lines saving people. Now that is sacrifice.
    My brother Clay King, he is a Charge Nurse & Hospital Administrator at a hospital in Decatur TX. His wife Gabby is going through KEMO because she had cancer. Clay had to purchase a Camper to stay in because he can not return to his wife. If she becomes exposed to the Coronavirus it will be a LARGE chance she will die from it. So my brother will probably not be able to even kiss her for more than 6 months, because he is on the front lines saving people. Now that is sacrifice.
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  • Hi I wanted to tell you about a local hero here in florida. Lynda Alvarez singlehandedly has put her substantial skills to work. She is a fashion designer/seamstress with as many as 60 sewing machines. She has produced hundreds of face masks for free to first responders, police and medical professionals.
    Hi I wanted to tell you about a local hero here in florida. Lynda Alvarez singlehandedly has put her substantial skills to work. She is a fashion designer/seamstress with as many as 60 sewing machines. She has produced hundreds of face masks for free to first responders, police and medical professionals.
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  • Hi my name is Kelly Hoffman. I started a program along with our city council to provide a week worth of food for the most at risk people the elderly for free. We started 2 weeks ago with 50 bags of meals for the week and this week we are up to 80 and will continue to grow as long as this last. Here are a few pictures of us putting the food together. Here is a link to local newspaper that wrote an article about the program. https://www.fauquier.com/news/warrenton-volunteers-provide-mutual-aid-during-covid--crisis/article_b344e4ce-7025-11ea-9521-83e608a2d63f.html
    Hi my name is Kelly Hoffman. I started a program along with our city council to provide a week worth of food for the most at risk people the elderly for free. We started 2 weeks ago with 50 bags of meals for the week and this week we are up to 80 and will continue to grow as long as this last. Here are a few pictures of us putting the food together. Here is a link to local newspaper that wrote an article about the program. https://www.fauquier.com/news/warrenton-volunteers-provide-mutual-aid-during-covid--crisis/article_b344e4ce-7025-11ea-9521-83e608a2d63f.html
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  • I can't imagine having a loved one in a nursing facility and it being on lockdown for your loved one's own own safety. How hard it would be to keep their spirits up. Many residents do not understand what is happening, not being allowed to have visitors, and why they are confined to small areas for social distancing. With permission of all of facility's Directors and Activity Directors in my small town of Litchfield, Illinois, Tim and I went and knocked around to the outside of the windows of the facilities while the dedicated staff went room to room on the inside. At least the wonderful residents did not miss the Easter Bunny and his helper wishing them a Happy Easter. From the reactions of the residents, a good time was had by all! We had a blast! Thank you to the administrators and directors for allowing us to do our small part, during this difficult time, for those who have given so much in past years to our communities! Sincerely, Tami and Tim Mix
    I can't imagine having a loved one in a nursing facility and it being on lockdown for your loved one's own own safety. How hard it would be to keep their spirits up. Many residents do not understand what is happening, not being allowed to have visitors, and why they are confined to small areas for social distancing. With permission of all of facility's Directors and Activity Directors in my small town of Litchfield, Illinois, Tim and I went and knocked around to the outside of the windows of the facilities while the dedicated staff went room to room on the inside. At least the wonderful residents did not miss the Easter Bunny and his helper wishing them a Happy Easter. From the reactions of the residents, a good time was had by all! We had a blast! Thank you to the administrators and directors for allowing us to do our small part, during this difficult time, for those who have given so much in past years to our communities! Sincerely, Tami and Tim Mix
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  • My mom Margaret Wilkinson is an avid FOX news fan. I honestly think watching FOX keeps her mind sharp.It is so hard not to hug and kiss her for her 92nd birthday 04/13/20. We did the best we good trying to maintain social distancing while standing on her front lawn in Rockaway Beach Queens to sign Happy Birthday. We are a family of first responders so it has been a couple of very stressful weeks. I don’t know if It is possible to give her a shout out on FOX but it would definitely make her day. Thank you and stay safe
    My mom Margaret Wilkinson is an avid FOX news fan. I honestly think watching FOX keeps her mind sharp.It is so hard not to hug and kiss her for her 92nd birthday 04/13/20. We did the best we good trying to maintain social distancing while standing on her front lawn in Rockaway Beach Queens to sign Happy Birthday. We are a family of first responders so it has been a couple of very stressful weeks. I don’t know if It is possible to give her a shout out on FOX but it would definitely make her day. Thank you and stay safe
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  • Mitch and Lauren Brown, Rochester, MN, show their recently-born daughter, Raleigh, to their great grandfather, Ned Brown, for the first time.
    Mitch and Lauren Brown, Rochester, MN, show their recently-born daughter, Raleigh, to their great grandfather, Ned Brown, for the first time.
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  • The boys made Thank You cards for health care workers to include in a bag of baby monitors we donated to Holy Name hospital in Teaneck, NJ, to help nurses care for COVID19 patients without breaking the negative pressure in their rooms.
    The boys made Thank You cards for health care workers to include in a bag of baby monitors we donated to Holy Name hospital in Teaneck, NJ, to help nurses care for COVID19 patients without breaking the negative pressure in their rooms.
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  • We traveled 6 hours to wish grandpa a happy 82nd birthday. And staid over 6 feet apart the entire visit. Who by the way is a HUGE Fox News fan! Stay safe
    We traveled 6 hours to wish grandpa a happy 82nd birthday. And staid over 6 feet apart the entire visit. Who by the way is a HUGE Fox News fan! Stay safe
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  • Jackson (3 years old) and Tennleigh (3 years old), neighbors who live in Lawrenceburg, KY, social distance themselves during the Covid-19 outbreak, but they can’t fully understand why they can’t really play together.
    Jackson (3 years old) and Tennleigh (3 years old), neighbors who live in Lawrenceburg, KY, social distance themselves during the Covid-19 outbreak, but they can’t fully understand why they can’t really play together.
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  • Picture of my wife a bit after 7am making masks for organizations around NH. She has made and delivered over 500 masks! Requests still coming in. We have a niece that has Covid-19. Please pray as she is the administrator of Hanover Hill Nursing Home that has its share. They have requested masks as well! Thanks Doug Manter.
    Picture of my wife a bit after 7am making masks for organizations around NH. She has made and delivered over 500 masks! Requests still coming in. We have a niece that has Covid-19. Please pray as she is the administrator of Hanover Hill Nursing Home that has its share. They have requested masks as well! Thanks Doug Manter.
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  • Pastor Mike Bowles of Frederica Baptist Church on St. Simons Island, GA cuts material for masks. Many members of his church are participating in making masks for the local hospital, Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center in Brunswick, GA.
    Pastor Mike Bowles of Frederica Baptist Church on St. Simons Island, GA cuts material for masks. Many members of his church are participating in making masks for the local hospital, Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center in Brunswick, GA.
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  • Staying safe while taking my husband to his radiation &amp; chemo
    Staying safe while taking my husband to his radiation & chemo
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  • Caring for hospital COVID patients after 12 hours in a NJ hospital. Scott David Lippe MD
    Caring for hospital COVID patients after 12 hours in a NJ hospital. Scott David Lippe MD
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  • Wanted to share the photos from my daughters first birthday party! We had originally planned to do a big party with 50+ people. Given the circumstances, we did what we could to celebrate. Her party was held on April 4th morning in McCalla, Alabama. Our family members drove up and watched her eat her smash cake from the road, safe in their cars!
    Wanted to share the photos from my daughters first birthday party! We had originally planned to do a big party with 50+ people. Given the circumstances, we did what we could to celebrate. Her party was held on April 4th morning in McCalla, Alabama. Our family members drove up and watched her eat her smash cake from the road, safe in their cars!
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  • My family and I have been making home made face masks, then we donate them to our local medical professionals. This week we made 400 masks, and donated them to local nursing homes and hospitals. The reaction from the nurses is heartbreaking. Some cried others danced and cheered. Saying 'we are completely out of masks we need these alot'. We are not done yet, we hope to get another 500 to those in need within the next few days. Thank you, Mark Mattioli
    My family and I have been making home made face masks, then we donate them to our local medical professionals. This week we made 400 masks, and donated them to local nursing homes and hospitals. The reaction from the nurses is heartbreaking. Some cried others danced and cheered. Saying 'we are completely out of masks we need these alot'. We are not done yet, we hope to get another 500 to those in need within the next few days. Thank you, Mark Mattioli
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  • Hi, These are pics of my 23 year old son who has autism. He works at our local grocery store as a grocery ‘getter’. He fills online orders that customers have ordered online. I worry for his safety everyday, but we are all so very proud of him. He is a kind, wonderful person. Thank you, Linda Strickland
    Hi, These are pics of my 23 year old son who has autism. He works at our local grocery store as a grocery ‘getter’. He fills online orders that customers have ordered online. I worry for his safety everyday, but we are all so very proud of him. He is a kind, wonderful person. Thank you, Linda Strickland
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  • Here I am in my required daily work gear as a home health nurse. To my fellow nurses, stay strong and God bless you! Karen nurse in East Tennessee.
    Here I am in my required daily work gear as a home health nurse. To my fellow nurses, stay strong and God bless you! Karen nurse in East Tennessee.
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  • This is a photo of my son, Dr Dillon Keenan McCarty MD. He is a third year Internal Medicine resident working the night shift staffing Baton Rouge General ICU along with another 3rd year resident and 3 respiratory therapists taking care of an unheard of 42 severely ill COVID patients on ventilators.They are making some hard decisions . He has always been one to not back down from a fight and was made for this time. Health care professionals are at an extremely high risk of catching this disease and some patients in his unit are young.Over 70 doctors in Italy died caring for patients in this epidemic On this Palm Sunday I am reminded of Isaiah 6 :8 where Isaiah has a vision of God yet feels unworthy to the task. And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.” Pray for all our providers young and old for their courage and health. Matt McCarty MD
    This is a photo of my son, Dr Dillon Keenan McCarty MD. He is a third year Internal Medicine resident working the night shift staffing Baton Rouge General ICU along with another 3rd year resident and 3 respiratory therapists taking care of an unheard of 42 severely ill COVID patients on ventilators.They are making some hard decisions . He has always been one to not back down from a fight and was made for this time. Health care professionals are at an extremely high risk of catching this disease and some patients in his unit are young.Over 70 doctors in Italy died caring for patients in this epidemic On this Palm Sunday I am reminded of Isaiah 6 :8 where Isaiah has a vision of God yet feels unworthy to the task. And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.” Pray for all our providers young and old for their courage and health. Matt McCarty MD
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  • Riley Kinsella and Caroline Middendorf tie the knot at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio amid the COVID-19 outbreak on March 21, 2020. Family adhered to social distancing protocols.
    Riley Kinsella and Caroline Middendorf tie the knot at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio amid the COVID-19 outbreak on March 21, 2020. Family adhered to social distancing protocols.
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  • Hi! As COVID hit our friends &amp; family started working with local churches to help Star House which provides homeless youth a safe respite from the streets &amp; resources in Franklin County, Ohio. Here is our message and photos attached! “A hero is an ordinary person who steps up during an extraordinary time of need to serve. Fears are heavy. People are looking for hope. There has never been a greater need for kindness and acts of love. Find ways to care about each other.” – Mehek Cooke Find ways to SERVE. You have the POWER to ACT. As Ohioans we are STRONG, RESILIENT and CARING! -Mehek
    Hi! As COVID hit our friends & family started working with local churches to help Star House which provides homeless youth a safe respite from the streets & resources in Franklin County, Ohio. Here is our message and photos attached! “A hero is an ordinary person who steps up during an extraordinary time of need to serve. Fears are heavy. People are looking for hope. There has never been a greater need for kindness and acts of love. Find ways to care about each other.” – Mehek Cooke Find ways to SERVE. You have the POWER to ACT. As Ohioans we are STRONG, RESILIENT and CARING! -Mehek
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  • Greetings to the teachers at Oshana Elementary from Adrianna and Gabriella Alicea. Southington, CT That's Cooper receiving mom Karem after coming from working long hours at the Waterbury Hospital, CT and taking care of many patience being treated for coronavirus.
    Greetings to the teachers at Oshana Elementary from Adrianna and Gabriella Alicea. Southington, CT That's Cooper receiving mom Karem after coming from working long hours at the Waterbury Hospital, CT and taking care of many patience being treated for coronavirus.
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  • St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Jasper, Alabama has operated a food bank for years, and we are one of the largest food banks in Walker, County. When the order was announced that schools were to be closed, the Walker Area Community Foundation organized a program to help feed the children who would normally be fed at school and others who would be impacted by this emergency. We set up distribution points across the county to provide hot meals and to distribute groceries to children and adults. Raising Arrows, a non-profit that provides meals to school children, prepared about 2,000 hot meals each day. St. Mary’s handled the distribution of groceries. In a two week period, we bagged and distributed over 8,000 bags of groceries. This is approximately the volume we handle in a year. St. Mary’s turned the Parish hall into a food warehouse and bagging facility. When we ran out of room to store bags, we used the church. This is the result, pews of grocery bags ready to be sent to distribution points across the county. There are numerous groups participating in this effort: churches, non-profits and others. There have been hundreds of volunteers, and many more who have donated to this effort to help our friends and neighbors. It has been a blessing to all of us. Food pantries across the country have been there every day, distributing food to people in need, and they will continue to be a source for food and assistance. I cannot say enough about the people at Feeding Alabama and Feeding America who make this possible. Mike McClendon St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Food Bank Jasper, Alabama
    St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Jasper, Alabama has operated a food bank for years, and we are one of the largest food banks in Walker, County. When the order was announced that schools were to be closed, the Walker Area Community Foundation organized a program to help feed the children who would normally be fed at school and others who would be impacted by this emergency. We set up distribution points across the county to provide hot meals and to distribute groceries to children and adults. Raising Arrows, a non-profit that provides meals to school children, prepared about 2,000 hot meals each day. St. Mary’s handled the distribution of groceries. In a two week period, we bagged and distributed over 8,000 bags of groceries. This is approximately the volume we handle in a year. St. Mary’s turned the Parish hall into a food warehouse and bagging facility. When we ran out of room to store bags, we used the church. This is the result, pews of grocery bags ready to be sent to distribution points across the county. There are numerous groups participating in this effort: churches, non-profits and others. There have been hundreds of volunteers, and many more who have donated to this effort to help our friends and neighbors. It has been a blessing to all of us. Food pantries across the country have been there every day, distributing food to people in need, and they will continue to be a source for food and assistance. I cannot say enough about the people at Feeding Alabama and Feeding America who make this possible. Mike McClendon St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Food Bank Jasper, Alabama
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  • My name is Jeff Chehab, I am a registered pharmacist and own my own independence pharmacy in southeast Michigan. This is a patient of mine. In my pharmacy we try to get by just like the patient in the photo. No gloves no face covering, no hand sanitizer. God bless America.
    My name is Jeff Chehab, I am a registered pharmacist and own my own independence pharmacy in southeast Michigan. This is a patient of mine. In my pharmacy we try to get by just like the patient in the photo. No gloves no face covering, no hand sanitizer. God bless America.
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  • We made over 100 masks today for our community!! God Bless us Everyone!! Jill Mikelson Sundance, WY
    We made over 100 masks today for our community!! God Bless us Everyone!! Jill Mikelson Sundance, WY
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  • The pastors and staff at Faith Life Church in New Albany, Ohio delivered 1100 sandwiches to two local hospitals and staged an appreciation event from cars in the parking lot. Pictures: Hospital administrator, Pastors, Chik-Fil-A owner and FLC staff
    The pastors and staff at Faith Life Church in New Albany, Ohio delivered 1100 sandwiches to two local hospitals and staged an appreciation event from cars in the parking lot. Pictures: Hospital administrator, Pastors, Chik-Fil-A owner and FLC staff
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  • My name is Paige Johnson. I live in Ojai, California. I make cotton masks for local hospitals. This picture was taken in my backyard on March 28, 2020. I am holding 23 cotton masks that I made for a hospital in Ventura County, California
    My name is Paige Johnson. I live in Ojai, California. I make cotton masks for local hospitals. This picture was taken in my backyard on March 28, 2020. I am holding 23 cotton masks that I made for a hospital in Ventura County, California
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  • Our restaurant, Sorella’s Pizza &amp; Pasta is located in Whitehouse Station, NJ. As a result of this pandemic...we started offering our family dinner’s, however a third of the proceeds are going directly to our local hospital...in less than a two week period we have raised $4,011 on behalf of Hunterdon Medical Center.
    Our restaurant, Sorella’s Pizza & Pasta is located in Whitehouse Station, NJ. As a result of this pandemic...we started offering our family dinner’s, however a third of the proceeds are going directly to our local hospital...in less than a two week period we have raised $4,011 on behalf of Hunterdon Medical Center.
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  • Here is Corey Rivers a Respiratory Therapist from Groveland, MA gearing up to do battle with an invisible and deadly enemy at Lahey Clinic. Saving lives one breath at a time.
    Here is Corey Rivers a Respiratory Therapist from Groveland, MA gearing up to do battle with an invisible and deadly enemy at Lahey Clinic. Saving lives one breath at a time.
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  • This is my wife Susan Kohlhaas, from Henderson, TX, spreading love &amp; joy to the residents of Brookdale Nursing Home. She also, went around the town sharing hope &amp; joy to family, friends, her pastor, &amp; strangers (from a distance obviously). Thank you, Steve Kohlhaas
    This is my wife Susan Kohlhaas, from Henderson, TX, spreading love & joy to the residents of Brookdale Nursing Home. She also, went around the town sharing hope & joy to family, friends, her pastor, & strangers (from a distance obviously). Thank you, Steve Kohlhaas
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  • Going out soon. My wife said an old tie and black foam will work. Ed Samuel Cochranville, PA
    Going out soon. My wife said an old tie and black foam will work. Ed Samuel Cochranville, PA
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  • My mom Judy Wood visiting my Dad Howard Wood at a memory care unit in Clemmons NC..they’ve since disallowed these types of visits too
    My mom Judy Wood visiting my Dad Howard Wood at a memory care unit in Clemmons NC..they’ve since disallowed these types of visits too
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  • I’m an RN and this is what I wear everyday for work now. Freeman Health System, Joplin, MO
    I’m an RN and this is what I wear everyday for work now. Freeman Health System, Joplin, MO
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  • Hi Please see the attached family picture as we are Praising and Worshiping Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ these days
    Hi Please see the attached family picture as we are Praising and Worshiping Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ these days
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  • Together we’ll make it through this. -Steven Lovelace
    Together we’ll make it through this. -Steven Lovelace
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  • This is Veronica Landals. She is an ER nurse at 2 Houston area hospitals. But, she is so much more than that. She is a wife and a mother. Not only is she working tirelessly on the front lines, doing her part to help the community we call home, she is also still being a great Mom and an amazing wife. With schools closed she has also become an amateur homeschool teacher. I can not deny her the respect she deserves after sacrificing everything for her family. She is what’s best about America in these difficult times.
    This is Veronica Landals. She is an ER nurse at 2 Houston area hospitals. But, she is so much more than that. She is a wife and a mother. Not only is she working tirelessly on the front lines, doing her part to help the community we call home, she is also still being a great Mom and an amazing wife. With schools closed she has also become an amateur homeschool teacher. I can not deny her the respect she deserves after sacrificing everything for her family. She is what’s best about America in these difficult times.
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  • Attached is a photo of my sister Tina Coulon and her husband Mark with some of examples of the dozens and dozens of mask she sews for the health care workers of New Orleans. While she continues to work and care for our 87 year old mother she still finds time to sew these lifesaving mask so desperately needed in the hard hit New Orleans area! Sometimes sewing until the late hours of the morning. The group of nurses above were so thankful to receive the mask they sent her a thankyou photo of them wearing. The situation is tough and they were running out of mask that might make the difference between life and death. I am so proud of her and how one person can make a “LIFE SAVING DIFFERNCE”! It is my hope that by sharing Her story it can help inspire people to do the same, that we are a nation of caring and even in tough times we can inspire and care for our fellow Americans! Sincerely a proud brother, Michael Vathy
    Attached is a photo of my sister Tina Coulon and her husband Mark with some of examples of the dozens and dozens of mask she sews for the health care workers of New Orleans. While she continues to work and care for our 87 year old mother she still finds time to sew these lifesaving mask so desperately needed in the hard hit New Orleans area! Sometimes sewing until the late hours of the morning. The group of nurses above were so thankful to receive the mask they sent her a thankyou photo of them wearing. The situation is tough and they were running out of mask that might make the difference between life and death. I am so proud of her and how one person can make a “LIFE SAVING DIFFERNCE”! It is my hope that by sharing Her story it can help inspire people to do the same, that we are a nation of caring and even in tough times we can inspire and care for our fellow Americans! Sincerely a proud brother, Michael Vathy
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  • 3 groups of moms in NC got together and drove around in a caravan of minivans and SUV's taking their children to homes of the elderly and widows/widowers in their church. Once there they would stand by their vehicles and hold homemade signs and sing songs and send "air hugs" and blown kisses. The children never interacted physically with one another (even though they are all friends) nor with the elderly they visited and they consistently maintained a 6 foot distance per the social distancing guidelines. Many of the elderly were brought to tears by the sounds of the children and their little voices lifted in joyful praise (some of the moms were brought to tears, also). They became known as the Quarnatine Choir of Children.
    3 groups of moms in NC got together and drove around in a caravan of minivans and SUV's taking their children to homes of the elderly and widows/widowers in their church. Once there they would stand by their vehicles and hold homemade signs and sing songs and send "air hugs" and blown kisses. The children never interacted physically with one another (even though they are all friends) nor with the elderly they visited and they consistently maintained a 6 foot distance per the social distancing guidelines. Many of the elderly were brought to tears by the sounds of the children and their little voices lifted in joyful praise (some of the moms were brought to tears, also). They became known as the Quarnatine Choir of Children.
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  • What do you do when one of your children turns 21 and only wants her favorite meal with her family??? Well, you load up your family, a table, chairs, a cooler, an "Aunt Cindy" chocolate birthday cake and head to Ft. Payne, AL to the closest Wingstop, get your pre-ordered family meal, and have a delicious birthday lunch in an empty parking lot... Sarah Kate had better always remember this birthday celebration! 🎉💜🎂😍
    What do you do when one of your children turns 21 and only wants her favorite meal with her family??? Well, you load up your family, a table, chairs, a cooler, an "Aunt Cindy" chocolate birthday cake and head to Ft. Payne, AL to the closest Wingstop, get your pre-ordered family meal, and have a delicious birthday lunch in an empty parking lot... Sarah Kate had better always remember this birthday celebration! 🎉💜🎂😍
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  • Together we’ll make it through this. -Steven Lovelace
    Together we’ll make it through this. -Steven Lovelace
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  • Hi I have attached a picture of my Daughter Emily Whelan a proud NYC school teacher @ PS 175 In the Bronx NY sending Virtual Hugs to her students as she distance teaches her 4th graders Stay safe Bill Whelan
    Hi I have attached a picture of my Daughter Emily Whelan a proud NYC school teacher @ PS 175 In the Bronx NY sending Virtual Hugs to her students as she distance teaches her 4th graders Stay safe Bill Whelan
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  • Aspen is a town of about 6,000 exercise freak locals who work and depend on the economy the same as any other small community in America. Though experiencing almost complete shutdown, we are faring well, and are lucky to live in an isolated place that allows for easy self distancing while being able to maintain sanity through outside activities. Our community spread of the virus is almost non-existent. The attached pictures are of myself, Will Rutledge, a small business owner treating the Aspen Valley Hospital ER to lunch this week courtesy of myself and a few other small business owners that want to #payitforwardaspen . If you want to credit businesses that contributed (not necessary at all) it's Rutledge And Company, Russo Ventures, Saba Management, Sammy's Barber Shop, and Alpine Bank. We've challenged others to follow in our footsteps. If you need any additional information, please write back.
    Aspen is a town of about 6,000 exercise freak locals who work and depend on the economy the same as any other small community in America. Though experiencing almost complete shutdown, we are faring well, and are lucky to live in an isolated place that allows for easy self distancing while being able to maintain sanity through outside activities. Our community spread of the virus is almost non-existent. The attached pictures are of myself, Will Rutledge, a small business owner treating the Aspen Valley Hospital ER to lunch this week courtesy of myself and a few other small business owners that want to #payitforwardaspen . If you want to credit businesses that contributed (not necessary at all) it's Rutledge And Company, Russo Ventures, Saba Management, Sammy's Barber Shop, and Alpine Bank. We've challenged others to follow in our footsteps. If you need any additional information, please write back.
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  • Recently, a post circulated on facebook from a nurse asking those on who sew for headbands with buttons. Now that nurses are wearing masks all day, the elastic is rubbing behind their ears causing irritation. All they needed was simple fabric headbands with two buttons. I remembered that Spartan, the company that puts on the obstacle races, gives out fabric headbands to each of their participants. So I reached out to see if they had any they could donate. In a heartbeat, Spartan overnighted a shipment of headbands. Having headbands already made cut down on time and resources. All we needed to do was add two buttons. Using NextDoor.com people in my neighborhood of Dallas donated buttons and/or sewed on buttons. We had over 100 of these headbands ready to go in 48hrs. We were able to take packages to multiple hospitals all around the Dallas Fort Worth area, and the workers there were incredibly grateful. I just want to send a big public thanks to the Spartan Race executives for their generous donation, and to my neighbors for jumping at the chance to help. We are living through some tough times right now, but it is great to truly see Americans working together to help one another. Thanks Danielle Neumeyer-Betz
    Recently, a post circulated on facebook from a nurse asking those on who sew for headbands with buttons. Now that nurses are wearing masks all day, the elastic is rubbing behind their ears causing irritation. All they needed was simple fabric headbands with two buttons. I remembered that Spartan, the company that puts on the obstacle races, gives out fabric headbands to each of their participants. So I reached out to see if they had any they could donate. In a heartbeat, Spartan overnighted a shipment of headbands. Having headbands already made cut down on time and resources. All we needed to do was add two buttons. Using NextDoor.com people in my neighborhood of Dallas donated buttons and/or sewed on buttons. We had over 100 of these headbands ready to go in 48hrs. We were able to take packages to multiple hospitals all around the Dallas Fort Worth area, and the workers there were incredibly grateful. I just want to send a big public thanks to the Spartan Race executives for their generous donation, and to my neighbors for jumping at the chance to help. We are living through some tough times right now, but it is great to truly see Americans working together to help one another. Thanks Danielle Neumeyer-Betz
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  • Dr. Ted Bowlus, a County Commissioner in Wood County Ohio, donates blood and platelets to the Red Cross to help replenish the blood supply and also to inspire others to do the same.
    Dr. Ted Bowlus, a County Commissioner in Wood County Ohio, donates blood and platelets to the Red Cross to help replenish the blood supply and also to inspire others to do the same.
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  • In keeping with the government’s directives, this 74 year old in Nebraska (me) is wearing his PPE: 1. Hard hat with face shield. 2. Face mask. 3. Long sleeves and long pants. 4. Gloves. 5. Desert combat boots. 6. A 3’ grabber tool hooked to a 3’ arm to maintain proper distance. 7. A fly swatter to smash all those nasty bugs.
    In keeping with the government’s directives, this 74 year old in Nebraska (me) is wearing his PPE: 1. Hard hat with face shield. 2. Face mask. 3. Long sleeves and long pants. 4. Gloves. 5. Desert combat boots. 6. A 3’ grabber tool hooked to a 3’ arm to maintain proper distance. 7. A fly swatter to smash all those nasty bugs.
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  • My son and I made this in our driveway to encourage our friends and family. We were inspired by one of our favorite songs “Keep on the Sunny Side” by the Carter Family.
    My son and I made this in our driveway to encourage our friends and family. We were inspired by one of our favorite songs “Keep on the Sunny Side” by the Carter Family.
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  • I'm a father of 4 daughters. Former Hospital Corpsman in the Navy, current Chaplain in the Army Reserves and Pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Southern California. I suffered and survived COVID-19. My wife who is 39 weeks pregnant also tested positive but has remained asymptomatic. Our 4 daughters, undoubtedly have been exposed, but I'm so thankful to God they have remained asymptomatic as well. God is glorified! Please see photos attached. -- Christian Torres
    I'm a father of 4 daughters. Former Hospital Corpsman in the Navy, current Chaplain in the Army Reserves and Pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Southern California. I suffered and survived COVID-19. My wife who is 39 weeks pregnant also tested positive but has remained asymptomatic. Our 4 daughters, undoubtedly have been exposed, but I'm so thankful to God they have remained asymptomatic as well. God is glorified! Please see photos attached. -- Christian Torres
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  • My name is Nancy Zuccarelli and I work for a hospital in Bergen county New Jersey. My coworkers and I are proud to help in any way that we can however we now find ourselves in a predicament. We are desperately worried that if we go home to our family members every night, we may possibly infect them by accident. With that, we've been looking for hotels with empty rooms to either donate to us or at least severely discount, so that at least we're safety tucked away during this troubling time. It's too late for me however. I already work on a CoVid-19 unit, therefore I had to find something immediately to protect my elderly parents I live with. The Meadowlands Extended Stay hotel in Rutherford, New Jersey wouldn't budge so I was forced to pay their non-refundable full price rate for two weeks. Unfortunately, I'll be here for an unknown amount of time and it looks like this stay is going to really be expensive. It's really disappointing that no hotels have offered any help in my area and that news stations won't help me get the word out that so many of us are in immediate need. Would you please help me (us) with this? [You have a video on FB messenger that I submitted (per Fox's request) as well.] Thank you and God bless. 💖 Nancy Z.
    My name is Nancy Zuccarelli and I work for a hospital in Bergen county New Jersey. My coworkers and I are proud to help in any way that we can however we now find ourselves in a predicament. We are desperately worried that if we go home to our family members every night, we may possibly infect them by accident. With that, we've been looking for hotels with empty rooms to either donate to us or at least severely discount, so that at least we're safety tucked away during this troubling time. It's too late for me however. I already work on a CoVid-19 unit, therefore I had to find something immediately to protect my elderly parents I live with. The Meadowlands Extended Stay hotel in Rutherford, New Jersey wouldn't budge so I was forced to pay their non-refundable full price rate for two weeks. Unfortunately, I'll be here for an unknown amount of time and it looks like this stay is going to really be expensive. It's really disappointing that no hotels have offered any help in my area and that news stations won't help me get the word out that so many of us are in immediate need. Would you please help me (us) with this? [You have a video on FB messenger that I submitted (per Fox's request) as well.] Thank you and God bless. 💖 Nancy Z.
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  • I (William Bilyeu) drive a delivery truck. I am considered essential. My daughter, Ella Bilyeu [15] has had a lot of anxiety over my potential exposure. She took matters into her own hands and sewed me a facemask. She has also started making them for the rest of the family and friends. Her anxiety drops when she stays busy.
    I (William Bilyeu) drive a delivery truck. I am considered essential. My daughter, Ella Bilyeu [15] has had a lot of anxiety over my potential exposure. She took matters into her own hands and sewed me a facemask. She has also started making them for the rest of the family and friends. Her anxiety drops when she stays busy.
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  • Our wonderful Pastor Irving and staff at First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, TX took the time to print the congregation’s pictures and attach them to the pews. Now we can see ourselves in church as we watch live streaming of the sermons from our homes.
    Our wonderful Pastor Irving and staff at First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, TX took the time to print the congregation’s pictures and attach them to the pews. Now we can see ourselves in church as we watch live streaming of the sermons from our homes.
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  • A friend of ours, Michelle, is receiving her chemotherapy treatment inside, so Jodie, a nurse at the hospital and mutual friend showed her support outside the window. ❤️❤️❤️
    A friend of ours, Michelle, is receiving her chemotherapy treatment inside, so Jodie, a nurse at the hospital and mutual friend showed her support outside the window. ❤️❤️❤️
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  • My daughters Rosario and Anna Lopez-Roca, worried about my having to go to the hospital to see patients everyday decided to take action and make cloth masks to help prevent the spread. Rosario sews them and Anna decorates them. I’m very proud of them and how they are pitching in to help. -Argelio
    My daughters Rosario and Anna Lopez-Roca, worried about my having to go to the hospital to see patients everyday decided to take action and make cloth masks to help prevent the spread. Rosario sews them and Anna decorates them. I’m very proud of them and how they are pitching in to help. -Argelio
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  • I can one day tell you my bizarre and unique coronavirus story but for now have to focus on my recovery. I want to do my part to spread the positivity in America though and to reduce the anxiety and fear so please see my attached pictures and feel free to put them on your website. I want people to know how grateful I am to the people who helped me continue to get through this but also let everyone know we can recover and move forward. The story behind this picture is a little bit funny because since we are still not allowed to go out to very many places I had to work with what we had around the house so I used the back of leftover an unused Christmas wrapping—Elsa and Paw Patrol-/to make these banners. All of the people mentioned in this manner contributed to saving my life.
    I can one day tell you my bizarre and unique coronavirus story but for now have to focus on my recovery. I want to do my part to spread the positivity in America though and to reduce the anxiety and fear so please see my attached pictures and feel free to put them on your website. I want people to know how grateful I am to the people who helped me continue to get through this but also let everyone know we can recover and move forward. The story behind this picture is a little bit funny because since we are still not allowed to go out to very many places I had to work with what we had around the house so I used the back of leftover an unused Christmas wrapping—Elsa and Paw Patrol-/to make these banners. All of the people mentioned in this manner contributed to saving my life.
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  • My sister, Christine Janos is an emergency room nurse at Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie Maryland. A member of her church made this mask and cap set for her. The picture is a heartfelt thank you
    My sister, Christine Janos is an emergency room nurse at Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie Maryland. A member of her church made this mask and cap set for her. The picture is a heartfelt thank you
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  • Along with the shutdown of most of the country, many community homeless services have, for the most part, been shut down too. The Shower &amp; Laundry Ministry in Fullerton, CA was able to proved modified services on Saturday April 4th. This is a great example of "America Together" - giving of oneself to those have almost nothing. Masks, gloves, sanitizer, taped social distancing lines and 18 dedicated volunteers provided a boxed meal, water bottles, quarters and laundry pods, underwear, Bombas donated socks, and plastic bags to protect their belongings against the expected SoCal rains. The turnout was about 2X (80+) of what we normally have - a sign of the times due to diminished homeless service opportunities. My wife, Marsha, coordinates this small ministry with a great group of volunteers that reach across many of the local area churches. Funded by donations only, they are able to scrape by each month with a very tight budget and volunteer donated items like food, hygiene items, and clothing. This ministry normally provides a shower trailer, laundry service (guests drop off the clothes and volunteers wash and fold), a warm meal, clothes, hygiene items, and, most of all, compassion given by volunteers who provide a loving dose of conversation and humanity. An opportunity for the guests to just be 'normal' and safe for a few hours twice a month. A couple of her volunteers started out as guests, have escaped the streets, and now give back to those who remain homeless. With the closing of libraries, community centers, parks, indoor fast food restaurants, grocery store restrooms, and gyms - the hard life of being homeless has gotten exponentially harder. The stresses have grown and it shows in their eyes and on their faces. The appreciation given back by the guests is evident in the smiles and many heartfelt 'thank you so much' being offered.
    Along with the shutdown of most of the country, many community homeless services have, for the most part, been shut down too. The Shower & Laundry Ministry in Fullerton, CA was able to proved modified services on Saturday April 4th. This is a great example of "America Together" - giving of oneself to those have almost nothing. Masks, gloves, sanitizer, taped social distancing lines and 18 dedicated volunteers provided a boxed meal, water bottles, quarters and laundry pods, underwear, Bombas donated socks, and plastic bags to protect their belongings against the expected SoCal rains. The turnout was about 2X (80+) of what we normally have - a sign of the times due to diminished homeless service opportunities. My wife, Marsha, coordinates this small ministry with a great group of volunteers that reach across many of the local area churches. Funded by donations only, they are able to scrape by each month with a very tight budget and volunteer donated items like food, hygiene items, and clothing. This ministry normally provides a shower trailer, laundry service (guests drop off the clothes and volunteers wash and fold), a warm meal, clothes, hygiene items, and, most of all, compassion given by volunteers who provide a loving dose of conversation and humanity. An opportunity for the guests to just be 'normal' and safe for a few hours twice a month. A couple of her volunteers started out as guests, have escaped the streets, and now give back to those who remain homeless. With the closing of libraries, community centers, parks, indoor fast food restaurants, grocery store restrooms, and gyms - the hard life of being homeless has gotten exponentially harder. The stresses have grown and it shows in their eyes and on their faces. The appreciation given back by the guests is evident in the smiles and many heartfelt 'thank you so much' being offered.
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  • Quarantine Jimmy, 7 months old, from Prescott Az
    Quarantine Jimmy, 7 months old, from Prescott Az
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  • My cat is thrilled with shelter in place. He gets to be with me all day. Taken March 26th as I'm researching what's going on. Increasingly worried. Chlorox wipes and N95 mask in background. My husband is a fire chief, so he's out there, helping others, in the midst of this pandemic. It's not easy wondering how many times he's being exposed in the community. But grateful he's an essential worker and able to help. He's told me his area hospitals reporting many beds and ventilators available, so it was a bit confusing hearing news that there was a shortage.
    My cat is thrilled with shelter in place. He gets to be with me all day. Taken March 26th as I'm researching what's going on. Increasingly worried. Chlorox wipes and N95 mask in background. My husband is a fire chief, so he's out there, helping others, in the midst of this pandemic. It's not easy wondering how many times he's being exposed in the community. But grateful he's an essential worker and able to help. He's told me his area hospitals reporting many beds and ventilators available, so it was a bit confusing hearing news that there was a shortage.
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  • This takes some real dedication and is not praised enough! I lead a team in a pharmacy, all pharmacy teams should be recognized right now! Jared Stevens MGR#06196 WALGREENS CO 9039300605
    This takes some real dedication and is not praised enough! I lead a team in a pharmacy, all pharmacy teams should be recognized right now! Jared Stevens MGR#06196 WALGREENS CO 9039300605
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  • Hi, Thanks for the opportunity to provide a big thanks and shout out to Debbie &amp; the ladies from the Navy Marine Relief Society for making masks for our Neighbors, Friends, Family &amp; Members of our military. Debbie has made over 200 masks and the "orders" keep on coming in. Her fellow volunteers, from the Navy Marine Relief Society, have provided, helping hands and hard to get materials to include matting &amp; elastic so the assembly line can continue. The kids in our neighborhood love to wear their masks and even our adult "never maskers" are lining up for their masks now. Her efforts have also raised over $300 for the Navy Marine Relief Society at Camp Pendleton. Respectfully submitted. Rob Sheehan
    Hi, Thanks for the opportunity to provide a big thanks and shout out to Debbie & the ladies from the Navy Marine Relief Society for making masks for our Neighbors, Friends, Family & Members of our military. Debbie has made over 200 masks and the "orders" keep on coming in. Her fellow volunteers, from the Navy Marine Relief Society, have provided, helping hands and hard to get materials to include matting & elastic so the assembly line can continue. The kids in our neighborhood love to wear their masks and even our adult "never maskers" are lining up for their masks now. Her efforts have also raised over $300 for the Navy Marine Relief Society at Camp Pendleton. Respectfully submitted. Rob Sheehan
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  • Scott Beels, aka Bumper Morgan, radio personality/sweeper voice for over 40 years (WBLS, Y107 Nashville) was diagnosed with Bulbar onset ALS in July 2019. By November his voice was completely silenced by this terminal disease without a cure. We have been self-isolating since the beginning of March 2020. Friends and family have been leaving supplies at our front door to keep us from getting coronavirus. Over the weekend, our kids came to deliver tissues and food. They could only visit their father, with potentially only months to live, through the sliding doors. Picture attached. Scott's time is limited and we will eventualy have to decide if we can keep him safe enough to spend quality time together. ALS is not taking a break. His disease is progressing. We are fortunate to be close to Massachusetts General Hospital and the Healey Center for ALS where the 3 year phase 3 clinical trial for NurOwn is almost complete. Scott got the last spot at MGH in the 200 person nationwide 1:1 trial. It's his only hope, and a 50/50 (placebo/drug) hope at that. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, the trial is in jeopardy. Scott received the first of three stem cell injections February 20th after 6 months of lead-in preparation. Now, his second injection scheduled for April 15th (when Boston is supposed to peak) and even the final on June 10th will most likely be cancelled. We fear the trial will be prematurely concluded and he will not receive the additional injections. Resulting in him dying before Nurown gets approved by the antiquated FDA approval process and then covered by insurance companies. He doesn't have time. This story needs to be told. We hope President Trump hears our personal story and, just like he advocated for treatments for the coronavirus, issues an executive order for Nurown or urges the FDA to approve it now, so my husband, and other people with ALS that are dying too, can receive this promising drug before it is too late. Because of the shutdown
    Scott Beels, aka Bumper Morgan, radio personality/sweeper voice for over 40 years (WBLS, Y107 Nashville) was diagnosed with Bulbar onset ALS in July 2019. By November his voice was completely silenced by this terminal disease without a cure. We have been self-isolating since the beginning of March 2020. Friends and family have been leaving supplies at our front door to keep us from getting coronavirus. Over the weekend, our kids came to deliver tissues and food. They could only visit their father, with potentially only months to live, through the sliding doors. Picture attached. Scott's time is limited and we will eventualy have to decide if we can keep him safe enough to spend quality time together. ALS is not taking a break. His disease is progressing. We are fortunate to be close to Massachusetts General Hospital and the Healey Center for ALS where the 3 year phase 3 clinical trial for NurOwn is almost complete. Scott got the last spot at MGH in the 200 person nationwide 1:1 trial. It's his only hope, and a 50/50 (placebo/drug) hope at that. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, the trial is in jeopardy. Scott received the first of three stem cell injections February 20th after 6 months of lead-in preparation. Now, his second injection scheduled for April 15th (when Boston is supposed to peak) and even the final on June 10th will most likely be cancelled. We fear the trial will be prematurely concluded and he will not receive the additional injections. Resulting in him dying before Nurown gets approved by the antiquated FDA approval process and then covered by insurance companies. He doesn't have time. This story needs to be told. We hope President Trump hears our personal story and, just like he advocated for treatments for the coronavirus, issues an executive order for Nurown or urges the FDA to approve it now, so my husband, and other people with ALS that are dying too, can receive this promising drug before it is too late. Because of the shutdown
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