Spreading Kindness Through Chalk in Brooklyn Park
Spreading kindness has been the focus for many especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of temporary homeschoolers and their teachers began a project to connect with their neighbors by using chalk and a walking trail.
“We got this great path and we challenged these kids to do some art, write messages, make signs and leave chalk out so others can leave messages,” Bryon Adams said.
Adams and his wife are both teachers at different school districts. The couple volunteered to homeschool some students who are temporarily out of school amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
So far, several neighbors and walkers have participated in writing their own message to expand optimism.
Some messages read “Be Safe, Be Positive.” Others said “We care about you.”
If you’re interested in chalking up your own message, the you can head to the trail located on 97th Ave. N. and Almond Ave. N.
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