Hoosiers Finding Hope: a look back at some positive stories from the week

Hoosiers Finding Hope

INDIANAPOLIS — We keep seeing Hoosiers come together and find hope through these challenging times.

Here is a look at some of the positive stories that came out of the coronavirus pandemic this week:

  • Pilots with the 122nd Fighter Wing and the Blue Angels conducted flyovers to honor first responders and essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The City of Greenfield hosted a county-wide luminary event to show support for hospital staff, patients, and helpers.
  • Volunteers with the Salvation Army worked to pack 5,000 boxes of food Tuesday amid a surge in demand for assistance.
  • An Indianapolis choir director is fulfilling a promise to a student’s mom after she passed away from COVID-19 by helping him get into college.
  • “PAW Patrol” spread joy to a central Indiana community during the coronavirus pandemic with a parade through Fishers.
  • A local woman decided to give her stimulus check away to her favorite restaurant.
  • A Lawrence Central High School student is trying to keep his neighbor’s morale up through music.
  • Carmel seniors got their caps and gowns Monday for graduation, even if the ceremony ends up being a virtual one.
  • Students and teachers at McCordsville Elementary were able to re-unite safely for the first time in weeks. They took part in a spirit drive-through.
  • The Carmel Street Department made its own hand sanitizer to help out local businesses.
  • ‘Friends of Fred’ brings network of over 70 of Indiana’s favorite food trucks to your neighborhood
  • 11-year-old Ethan Reynold set up a table outside his home with food, toiletries, and other extra supplies to help his neighbors.

Do you know of a positive story that is coming out of this pandemic? If so, email us at news4@cbs4indy.com.

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