Today’s Good News: Hospital Holds Graduation For Teen Who Missed His


A medical emergency kept a high school senior from attending his graduation, but his hospital nurses threw him one of his own. Noah Keith’s nurses at Erlanger Baroness Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee, gave him the chance to put on his cap and gown. He even got his diploma hours before his peers graduated from Grace Baptist Academy. Source: Fox 29

After missing last year’s prom, one school district in Michigan made sure none of their students missed this year’s. Saginaw Public Schools Superintendent Ramont Roberts used discretionary funds from the superintendent’s budget to pay for half the cost of this year’s prom tickets. He says seeing the students enjoying themselves at their outdoor proms is all the thanks he needs. Source: WNEM


A World War II veteran was honored with a motorcycle parade for his 101st birthday. Patriot Guard Riders organized the event, which rolled to Ed Eisele’s nursing home in St. Augustine, Florida. Other veterans and St. Johns County firefighters took part in the fun as well. Source: News 4 Jax

A waitress in Florida was blown away by the kindness of a random diner. Michelle Trabilcy was working at the Southern Pig and Cattle Company when a customer paid his bill and secretly paid the bill for the family sitting next to him as well. But his generosity continued with an $800 tip for Trabilcy, which she split with another server. Source: CBS 12


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