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Requesting The Rock, the newly crowned Ms. Wheelchair Ohio, and sharing your smiles: It's All Good News

We have so much to smile about this week!

CLEVELAND — After a week hiatus, It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney is back! We missed you and sharing your good news, so lets get to it. We start with a big request from the Parma City School District we want to send our good vibes to:

Their P.A.C.T.S. program, which equips students with disabilities employment and life skills, is hosting their annual luau on April 29, and they really want The Rock to attend! Their students are all big fans. Lets all wish them a fun celebration, with or without The Rock, but lets also hope he pays them a visit!

Next up, we're celebrating our Win of the Week. For Stephanie, it's seeing UNC in the Sweet 16 of March Madness! Go Tarheels! But we also got this awesome submission from none other than Ms. Wheelchair Ohio 2022!

Credit: Krista Allison
Krista Allison, Ms. Wheelchair Ohio 2022

Krista Allison, of Berea, won the competition on March 12. She faced off against several other women, and went through several rounds of questions, and a public speaking presentation. Krista also has a bachelor degree in criminal justice and a masters in management and public administration.

She talks with Stephanie about what it was like to win, and why representation for those with disabilities is so important.

We're also celebrating what's making you smile in our Why We're Smiling segment. Check out just one of the awesome submissions we got:

Teresa on Facebook says she is always so happy to spend time with her grandkids. She is grateful they live so close. What cuties!

Posted by Teresa D Mitchell-Baker on Monday, March 21, 2022

You can watch the full episode below:

And lastly- remember when we introduced you to 10-year-old Jay Pabley? He's been chemo-free from leukemia for three years now, but always had a wish while going through treatment to visit Disney's new Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser. He and his whole family got to do just that, and his dad sent these awesome photos as an update. We are so happy for you, Jay!

And we want to see your good news, too! Check out the video below for instructions on how to do that.

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