CLEVELAND — Who's ready for another round of happiness? That's what we've got for you in this week's edition of It's All Good News. And this week's show reminds us you're never too old to welcome joy into your life!
You'll meet Miss Meri Elsa Dawes- who just turned 100 in Brunswick! Meri has lived quite the life- she's even traveled to every single continent except Antarctica! But that's not even the coolest thing about her. You have to tune in to learn some possible secrets to longevity! Happy Birthday Meri!
And to a different celebration now- this story is from Mentor. The son of a classroom assistant at Memorial Middle School knew it was time to propose to his long-time girlfriend, but he wanted it to be special. With the help of his mom, Jeremy Black popped the question to Kara Drummond at the place they first met- art class! You just have to see how it went down.
The Rockettes this year may have you seeing double- or even triple! That's because there are three sets of sisters- and two sets of twins- on this year's troupe! Of course, one set of sisters are also from Ohio, because we know, there's always an Ohio connection. Jordan and Danielle Betcher are from Cincinnati, and are keeping their parents busy. Find out just how many shows their family may catch to see both girls perform.
And lastly- Paige's Perseverance. We have the story of an Ohio 10-year-old who is killing the gymnastics game. Paige Calendine is from Zanesville, and has been competing in gymnastics since she was 18 months old. And all along she's done it without legs! She already knows where she wants to go for college to continue the sport, and recently shared with Stephanie her latest accomplishment. Here's a little bit of what she said:
STEPHANIE: "Tell me about the moment you did your first round-off backhand spring. How did that feel?"
PAIGE: "Kind of like, really, wow...did I just flip backwards?"
Definitely want to keep an eye out for Paige!
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.
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