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More Happiness from the Positivity Project

May 09, 2020 | Adult Services, Positivity Project

The Positivity Project highlights uplifting moments, acts of kindness, creative experiences, and other positive experiences during this historical time, and is curated by longtime library patron Mary Wu and our own James Trapasso. If you’d like to share a positive experience, email James.

Enjoy these moments of positivity submitted by friends throughout the county!

“The Art of Cards”
I don’t know about you but I’m really tired of Social Distancing – I’ve always loved my alone time but this is getting a little old… For now we must continue doing what we have to do to stay “safe”…
Part of my alone time is setting aside a little time each day to make cards.
-Maria Y., Ossining
Art Cards

“I am attaching a picture of our driveway that my two children did the other day. They have decided to write something to show their gratitude or motivate people or put a smile on the faces of walkers on our street. They will be doing new stuff every sunny day until the image is washed by rain.
–Zoya Gupta – 9th grade and Kabeer Gupta – 7th grade, Dobbs Ferry
Chalk
Chalk

3rd week of helping to provide 375+ families with needed groceries. This is run by both the Principal and the GWPTA, at the elementary school my children attended, in WP, NY.

I am sad this is needed also very proud of my community and friends for working with www.FeedingWestchester.org to pull this massive effort together.
My gratitude for my family’s health and security is the reason I volunteer. It is overwhelming and joyful action. Volunteering with this group helps stave off the worry and uncertainty of the current health crisis and hopefully slightly assist other families enduring hardship.
–Angel T., White Plains
Feeding Westchester