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A local lady who's 100 years strong, matching tattoos for Nana and Hannah, and the biggest Christmas sweater you'll ever see: It's All Good (News!)

Bringing you today's happiest stories, with a side of Christmas cheer.

CLEVELAND — We're only 10 days from Christmas- can you believe it? If that's not enough to make you smile, we've got a ton of other good news to get you through the week, on the latest edition of "It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney."

We start in North Olmsted, where one woman is celebrating a big milestone! Mary Dixon just celebrated her 100th birthday! And her entire nursing home came out to celebrate. Check out the celebrations! Happy 100th from all of us at Channel 3, Mary!

And the Make-A-Wish Foundation is all about letting kids fulfill their dreams, no matter their sickness or disabilities. But one boy, let his dream become someone else's, too. You have to hear what he did to help a whole community of people- and how 13-year-old Abraham Ologregi is doing after a bone marrow transplant.

We've shown you grandmas and grandpas getting tattoos on this show before- because that's pretty fun news. But one grandma took her ink to a new level. She got matching ones with her grand daughter! They're hummingbird tattoos, and the reason behind the tattoos is pretty great, too.

Now- we all love a good Christmas sweater, right? Maybe you even have an ugly Christmas sweater for parties. Well, the sweater on a T-rex at the Natural History Museum of London may just top all of them. The museum tapped a local company called Jack Masters to make the sweater. Find out just how long it took to make, and why the company isn't stranger to big orders like this one.

We want you to share your good news with us, so that we can share it with the world! It can be something major -- like being reunited with a family member you haven't seen in a long time, or something small, like a random act of kindness. Whatever it is, we want to hear it. 

Email us at GoodNews@wkyc.com, post it on social media using #GoodNewsCLE, or watch the video below to see how to upload it with pictures and video using the 3News app.  

And check in with us every Wednesday at 1 p.m. on the WKYC YouTube page to see the latest good news!