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Celebrity upgrades, a nationwide marathon runner, and one bowling boxer: It's All Good News!

Get ready for another round of happiness.

CLEVELAND — This week we've got tons of stories to make you smile, and we could use them after returning from the holiday break, right? Here's just a few of what you can expect from this week's good news break, on It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney.

It's not everyday a country superstar stops into town- and it's even more rare when they stay to do some good. Check out what Kane Brown did for the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Ohio. While stopping by before his show at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, Brown promised to pay for a full renovation of the clubhouse! But he's not stopping there- watch the video to see how he's making good on that promise.

Sometimes our pain can lead to beautiful moments- and that's exactly what happened for Lynne Daus of Warrensville Heights. Her daughter Jordan passed away recently to substance abuse, but apart of her still lives on. Jordan's liver was donated to Roman Dann, thanks to LifeBanc. And he's taken that part of her to heart, by honoring her and the love Jordan's mother had for her daughter. You can find out more here, and from the full story from our Lindsay Buckingham.

Maybe you've run a 5K, even a few marathons, but they probably don't stack up to 71-year-old Tom Pickerel. This Northwest Ohioan has run 50 marathons in 50 states! He was supposed to finish the milestone last year, but COVID-19 sidelined that plan. However, this year those 50 runs coincided with some other great accomplishments in his life. Find out what else Tom is celebrating!

And lastly- think you got game? Check out this dog's bowling skills! Walter the boxer really loves the mechanical bowling machine at the bar where his owner hangs out. So much so- he's a regular at Mug Shotz in Wickliffe, and is even on a bowling league! We could watch this video over and over.

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We hope you enjoyed this week's good news break. If ever you have any good news to share- please do so by emailing 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.   

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