Good News: Easter Eggs, Garbagemen, and Jaunts Through Europe

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  In the lead-up to Easter, egg farms have donated over four million eggs to food banks across the U.S.  It’s part of a program run by the American Egg Board called “Fighting Hunger by the Dozens.”

2.  A couple in Michigan named Carolyn and Andrew Clark just had a baby girl.  And that’s a big deal because it’s the first girl born on Andrew’s side of the family in more than 130 years.  The last baby girl on his side was born in 1885.

3.  An 18-year-old from California just became the youngest person to visit all 44 countries in Europe.  He took a gap year after high school to volunteer in Ukraine, and used a few months of it to travel.  He started in Iceland and ended in Malta 101 days later.

4.  Two garbagemen in Albany, New York saw a building on fire around 2:00 A.M. Wednesday morning . . . started kicking in doors . . . and saved 15 people.  Four homes were so badly burned, they had to be torn down.  But no one was hurt.