Hope on North Early Street

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Children assembled and delivered daffodil bouquets for each of the 38 houses on North Early Street. (Courtesy Photo)
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By Missy Schrott | [email protected]

Children delivered daffodil bouquets to their neighbors on North Early Street. (Courtesy Photo)

To spread a positive message during the COVID-19 outbreak, school children on North Early Street delivered bouquets of daffodils to their neighbors.

A group of the preschool, elementary school and middle school age children who live on the street assembled daffodil bouquets with ribbons and a handmade card decorated with the word “hope,” according to a neighbor. The students then dropped the bouquets on the doorstep of each of the 38 houses on the street.

“The gesture proved infectious,” Resident Babette Smith said. “It brings a smile in an otherwise trying time.”

(Read more: Beverley Hills combines social distancing and interactive art)

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