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The Rock sends video message and gifts to the Parma PACT program: It's All Good News

We also have an adorable announcement from a Browns player and his wife, and introduce an up and coming singer to the area!

CLEVELAND — After a week off, we're back to bring you so much good news! (See how a week off can be good for the soul?) From a huge surprise for the Parma High School PACT program from The Rock, to a great announcement from a Browns player, to a huge donation for graduating medical students, we think you'll be smiling ear to ear this week.

First up, this surprise from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Maybe you remember when he sent a message to the Parma High School PACT program when he couldn't make their annual luau in person. PACTS, which stands for Parma Area Center for Transition Services, is a dynamic employment and life skill training program for students with multiple disabilities. 

The Rock sent a video message in that was showed at the luau, but then he took it a step further. Johnson sent boxes and boxes of XBoxes, adaptive controllers, shoes, Under Armour gear, and new book bags. Plus, he provided a pizza party on the last day of school. How special is that!

Check out the full surprise here: 

We are beyond grateful for Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and his team's generosity and love of our PACTs students and staff! Watch this incredible video ❤️

Posted by Parma City School District on Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Next, we have Browns baby news! Congratulations are in order for Cleveland Browns guard, Wyatt Teller. Teller and his wife Carly, announced this week, that they are expecting their first child. 

Watch the entire episode below:

They shared the news with posts on social media with the couple holding a mini jersey and posing inside first energy stadium. Baby Teller is due in December.

Lastly, we want to introduce you to Northeast Ohio's newest singing sensation! Riley Perry is a 14-year-old from Seven Hills who loves music. She's been posting to the All Good News show for a while now, and we finally had her on the show!

Riley has always loved music, playing saxophone and harmonica. During the pandemic, she taught herself to play piano as a way to stay busy! She learned pretty fast. She says music is a release for her.

"It's just an escape from the world I feel like."

Riley has two shows coming up you can check her out at. She'll be at the Seven Hills Home Days festival on July 23, and the Seven Hills farmer's market on September 8. Check her out on Facebook here, and on her Instagram linked below. (We told you we featured her before!)

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