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School uses leftovers from cafeteria and turns them into weekend meals for students in need

School uses leftovers from cafeteria and turns them into weekend meals for students in need

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One Indiana school district collaborated with local nonprofit company to assure kids have enough to eat. Elkhart Community Schools, in the northern part of Indiana, saw how much food they had left each week. They also noticed that some of their students may be without food on the weekends when they go home from school. This issue partnered with the leftovers the school accumulates from making school breakfasts and lunches, there seemed like there needed to be a solution reached. That’s where Cultivate Culinary, a South Bend-based nonprofit stepped in. Jim Conklin an employee of Cultivate Culinary told WSBT 22 News, “Mostly, we rescue food that’s been made but never served by catering companies, large food service businesses, like the school system,&rd...
Meet Dogor, the adorable 18,000-year-old prehistoric puppy buried in the permafrost of Russia

Meet Dogor, the adorable 18,000-year-old prehistoric puppy buried in the permafrost of Russia

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He has hair, teeth, whiskers and eyelashe, and a cute little face. It may seem we’re talking about 8-week-old puppy. However, in fact, this puppy was born 18,000 years ago. As reported by CBS News, the body of this puppy was found frozen in the mud in Yakutsk, a city in Siberia. The body was incredibly well-preserved and at first, scientists were in disbelief at the radio carbon dating results of the prehistoric puppy’s actual age. Whether the puppy is a dog or a wolf, or something in between, is still unknown. The puppy’s DNA was tested and the results came back ambiguous, so they tested it again with the same result. The third round of testing is underway. The puppy has been named “Dogor”, a word that in the local language means “friend”. ...
Demonic child screams and runs around plane for entire 8 hour flight

Demonic child screams and runs around plane for entire 8 hour flight

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With the air travel, long distances seem short now. Thanks to this great techology, we can travel to the end of the world in short time. However, the process to get on flight is, most of the times, stressful. You have to get to the airport, go through the security gate, do the check-in and finally board the plane. After this long ordeal, you wish nothign will happen to affect the flight and you will be able to get a peaceful flight. Right? Now, you’re sitting and relaxing in your seat, maybe trying to read, listening or watching something, or maybe trying to sleep. Then a kid is throwing a temper tantrum. It’s understanble that kids who are not used to flying often act up, at least to some extent. Parents, at this moment, will try to calm them down and do their best so other pa...
12-year-old boy lost his best friend to Leukemia – works for months to buy his headstone for Christmas

12-year-old boy lost his best friend to Leukemia – works for months to buy his headstone for Christmas

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We can never imagine the pain parents feel when they lose their child  – sometimes, they’re not the only ones sad, but also the community they live in and the child’s best friends. Kenneth “KJ” Gross, a 12-year-old, lost his fight against leukemia in the summer. His best friend Kaleb Klakulak was heartbroken, but when he found that KJ’s family wouldn’t be able to afford a gravestone for his friend. He decided that he has to do something, so he worked hard to raise money to buy a gravestone for KJ. Even though KJ had battled leukemia for his entire life with the help of chemotherapy and treatment, he and Kaleb never let it slow their friendship down. According to Channel 7 Detroit News, the two boys had an inseparable bond, with both of t...
Peter Tabichi, the Kenyan teacher who gives 80% of his salary to the poor, wins the $1M World’s Best Teacher award

Peter Tabichi, the Kenyan teacher who gives 80% of his salary to the poor, wins the $1M World’s Best Teacher award

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In 2015, businessman Sunny Varkey founded a charity called The Varkey Foundation. The main goal of this charity is to award someone as “Best Teacher” every year, giving them a Global Teacher Prize. For this year, 10,000 competitors came from 179 countries to win the prize of $1,000,000. View this post on Instagram Every day in Africa we turn a new page and a new chapter. This prize does not recognise me but recognises this great continent’s young people. I am only here because of what my students have achieved. This prize gives them a chance. It tells the world that they can do anything. A post shared by Peter Tabichi (@peter_tabichi) on Mar 26, 2019 at 10:56am PDT Teachers entering the final stage of the competition represented man...