The C.O.W. Bus (Champs on Wheels)
Free meals for kids this summer!!
This is a fantastic program to feed kids during the summer months...it's called "COW" or Champs (cafe) On Wheels. It's a school bus converted to an actual fresh food cafe, going around the community and serving kids wholesome meals planned by an actual nutritionist. Click on the link below to find out the times and locations...simply enter Port Charlotte in the search box as shown:
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Deputy Dives In Lake To Rescue Woman Who Drove Off Bridge
The woman only had a few inches of air left in her car when the deputy saved her.
A Minnesota sheriff’s deputy dove into a lake to save a woman who drove off a bridge and was stuck in her sinking car. According to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Beverly Toso, 76, was driving Saturday night in a construction zone on Interstate 94 and veered off the bridge, which is in the process of being replaced.
Her car landed in a channel of Lake Latoka and started sinking. Toso only had a few inches of air left in the car when deputy Ben Jarvi dove in with a rope tied around his waist and opened her car door to pull her out.
Kenneth Fletcher, who called 911 to report the situation, held the other end of the rope around the deputy and helped pull Toso and the deputy to shore.
Source: Voice of Alexandria
Violet the Cockatoo is barking at a dog, who can't quite figure out what's happening.
Brave Three-Year-Old Saves Mom
A Michigan toddler knew exactly how to get help for her mom.
While Jessa Lavely and her three-year-old daughter Savannah were on a walk a few blocks from their Sterling Heights, Michigan home, she started to feel bad. The mom says she has a history of seizures and she felt off then passed out and the next thing she remembers is waking up surrounded by EMS and police.
It turns out, little Savannah took action into her own hands when her mom had a seizure, running back to her house to get help. The tot had to cross streets alone and find her house, but when she did, she banged on the door and told her grandparents that her Mommy needed help. They called for help and Jessa’s doing fine now, but she’s super impressed with her daughter’s behavior.
“It gave me a lot of anxiety thinking about all the bad things that could have happened but then I was just super proud of her,” Jessa says. “I just couldn’t believe that she would know to run home and which house was ours because she’s three.”
Goat Chills Out In Family Pool
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