Dubuque Community Lifts Up Spirits Of Group Home In Quarantine
I love seeing stories of communities coming together to support one another during these hard times... so here is another one to bring a smile to your face.
Todd Fudge has cerebral palsy and is part a group home in Dubuque and their group home has recently been on quarantine lock down for the past couple of weeks due to Coronavirus. Unfortunately, according to Fudge's family this has made him very depressed and feeling alone. So then came the idea for a car parade to lift his spirits.
According to KWWL, a private Facebook event was created by friends and family of Todd Fudge to allow a creative way for people to get out of the house, practice social distancing and lift the spirits of Todd and the residents of the group homes. People from all over the community, not just friends and family, showed up for this car parade in front of the group home which included signs encouraging Todd that everyone was here for another, stay strong and even had posters of his favorite band, KISS.
Times like these bring out the best in people and show the support we all have for each other and reassure that we will all get through this together.