Tell Me Something Good – July 2020
The primary purpose of this project is to highlight great works going on in our community during COVID-19. We have shared some great stuff since April 2020 when the Tell Me Something Good project started. JCI Santa Clarita and Santa Clarita Magazine partnered up to run share good news throught our social media and print. These are some of our favorites from the beginning. Have you seen any goodness happening? Please email your stories to email@example.com or submit them to us at www.jcisantaclarita.com/tell-me-something-good.
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The Captions for the pictures:
Thank you South Hills Santa Clarita Church for handing out FREE POPSICLES to our community! We love you!
On April 14, 2020, Jim Mastrobuono was discharged from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital after being treated for COVID-19. CONGRATULATIONS JIM!!
Henry Rodriguez is down 11lbs witty only one pound to to get to his goal he has also been fundraisers for Boys & Girl Club and almost raised $4,000. Two awesome things in one post. Keep it up Henry!!
Marybeth Haberman making masks for the community. Her Husband pictured is a First Responder. Thank you to both of you!
Jordana Grika Capra donated blood. Doing a double red 0- blood donation. There are still emergencies, and needed surgeries. Go out and donate…Thank you Jordana!!
School Day Cafe will offer free drive-up dinner service to area children began Monday, April 20, in addition to the free breakfasts and lunches the nonprofit organization already offers. Each day, School Day Cafe hands out thousands of meals to area children 18 and younger, whether they’re enrolled in local school districts or not. As of April 15, School DayCafe was handing out more than 8,000 meals each day. Nutrition information for all menu items and more about the organization can be found at SchoolDayCafe.org.
When wolves and coyotes and dogs need to know they are not alone, they howl. All their unseen companions nearby join in. They all want reassurance that someone is there, so when one howls they all howl. It’s their way of checking in and letting each other know they aren’t alone. So, everyday at 8:00 p.m., let’s all go to our doors and windows and howl. Yes. Howl. It’s an easy sound to make, and even your dogs can join in. In this way, we will let each other know we are in this together, and together we are invincible.
Wow, Taylor Kellstrom has the best clients, friends, family and colleagues! With their support of Child & Family Center, were able to collect a truckload of food items and $700 worth of gift cards/financial support for families in need! Thank you to everyone who stopped by REMAX of Valencia and Santa Clarita today to support Child and Family Center! And thanks Taylor for organizing it!
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