CLEVELAND — After Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine’s “Stay at Home” order went into effect in late March; communities across Northeast Oho and the country have been coming together in unique ways to support one another during this difficult time. One way that neighbors have lifted each others spirits is through messages of hope, encouragement and love left on sidewalks…and even a few doors!
Thousands have taken to sidewalks around their home to spread messages of joy, and have shared them on social media with the hashtags #ChalkYourWalk & #SSMChalk.
“…and the world came together, as the people stayed apart” reads one sidewalk chalk message.
Share your sidewalk chalk with us at 3News on social media! We’d love to see and share!
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