Neighbors Helping NeighborsWhat creative message can your family share to encourage neighbors? My sister,Cristy Wise, from Waynesburg, sent me a picture of her driveway. She said herdaughters, Amy Ayers, in Waynesburg, and Lisa Moore, Chambersburg, did it attheir homes and then challenged others to see what creative messages we cancreate to encourage neighbors. We then sent it out to other friends and relativesacross the country online. My photo is here in North Franklin. My sister and I teachat Waynesburg University, and she challenged her students and thought I mightwant to. I did! It was fun as some people walked by (at a distance, of course) andcommented. With the rain, l'll be back doing another soon!Gen-Denise DeMeo, North FranklinW&J made a donation of safety equipment to Washington Health System.We had a surplus of lab goggles and latex gloves intended for use inchemistry and biology classrooms, as well as athletic training facilities, thatwould have gone unused this semester. We opted to donate them for use bylocal medical professionals as they take extra safety precautions during theregion's COVID-19 outbreak. The donation was organized by our field hockeyhead coach, Jomara Coghlan.-Erin Jones, Washington and Jefferson CollegeWE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS!Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp.You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty. Neighbors Helping Neighbors What creative message can your family share to encourage neighbors? My sister, Cristy Wise, from Waynesburg, sent me a picture of her driveway. She said her daughters, Amy Ayers, in Waynesburg, and Lisa Moore, Chambersburg, did it at their homes and then challenged others to see what creative messages we can create to encourage neighbors. We then sent it out to other friends and relatives across the country online. My photo is here in North Franklin. My sister and I teach at Waynesburg University, and she challenged her students and thought I might want to. I did! It was fun as some people walked by (at a distance, of course) and commented. With the rain, l'll be back doing another soon! Gen -Denise DeMeo, North Franklin W&J made a donation of safety equipment to Washington Health System. We had a surplus of lab goggles and latex gloves intended for use in chemistry and biology classrooms, as well as athletic training facilities, that would have gone unused this semester. We opted to donate them for use by local medical professionals as they take extra safety precautions during the region's COVID-19 outbreak. The donation was organized by our field hockey head coach, Jomara Coghlan. -Erin Jones, Washington and Jefferson College WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty.

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors What creative message can your family share to encourage neighbors? My sister, Cristy Wise, from Waynesburg, sent me a picture of her driveway. She said her daughters, Amy Ayers, in Waynesburg, and Lisa Moore, Chambersburg, did it at their homes and then challenged others to see what creative messages we can create to encourage neighbors. We then sent it out to other friends and relatives across the country online. My photo is here in North Franklin. My sister and I teach at Waynesburg University, and she challenged her students and thought I might want to. I did! It was fun as some people walked by (at a distance, of course) and commented. With the rain, l'll be back doing another soon! Gen -Denise DeMeo, North Franklin W&J made a donation of safety equipment to Washington Health System. We had a surplus of lab goggles and latex gloves intended for use in chemistry and biology classrooms, as well as athletic training facilities, that would have gone unused this semester. We opted to donate them for use by local medical professionals as they take extra safety precautions during the region's COVID-19 outbreak. The donation was organized by our field hockey head coach, Jomara Coghlan. -Erin Jones, Washington and Jefferson College WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty. Neighbors Helping Neighbors What creative message can your family share to encourage neighbors? My sister, Cristy Wise, from Waynesburg, sent me a picture of her driveway. She said her daughters, Amy Ayers, in Waynesburg, and Lisa Moore, Chambersburg, did it at their homes and then challenged others to see what creative messages we can create to encourage neighbors. We then sent it out to other friends and relatives across the country online. My photo is here in North Franklin. My sister and I teach at Waynesburg University, and she challenged her students and thought I might want to. I did! It was fun as some people walked by (at a distance, of course) and commented. With the rain, l'll be back doing another soon! Gen -Denise DeMeo, North Franklin W&J made a donation of safety equipment to Washington Health System. We had a surplus of lab goggles and latex gloves intended for use in chemistry and biology classrooms, as well as athletic training facilities, that would have gone unused this semester. We opted to donate them for use by local medical professionals as they take extra safety precautions during the region's COVID-19 outbreak. The donation was organized by our field hockey head coach, Jomara Coghlan. -Erin Jones, Washington and Jefferson College WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty.

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