Monday’s Good News!
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1. Two 12 and 13-year-old boys in Rhode Island recently saved three dogs from a fire. They heard their neighbor’s smoke detectors going off . . . realized no one was home . . . got the door code from another neighbor . . . and got the dogs out.
It turned out one of the dogs had jumped up and turned on a burner to the stove while a wood cutting board on top of it. The cutting board is toast, but the house survived.
2. A 19-year-old from Belgium named Zara Rutherford just set a cool record. She’s now the youngest woman to ever fly solo around the world. And she didn’t just break it, she crushed it. The previous record was a pilot who was 30 years old.
3. A guy from Utah broke a record last week for fastest marathon while dressed as a vegetable. He wore a carrot costume . . . finished in 2 hours and 44 minutes . . . and raised a bunch for the Release Recovery Foundation, which deals with addiction issues.
4. A high school football team near Pittsburgh is in the news after their weightlifting session got cancelled by severe weather last week . . . so they went out and shoveled people’s driveways instead.
The coach of Bethel Park High sent out a message telling his team to shovel the driveway of someone who’s elderly or disabled, and to not accept any money for it. Turns out it’s actually a tradition for the team that dates back more than 20 years.