Community members staying positive while staying safe

Published: Apr. 25, 2020 at 2:40 PM AKDT
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Each night we try to feature pictures and videos viewers sent in of themselves and their families embracing the strange new normal of social distancing.

Here's the weekend addition of Positive News:

Jeff and Jenn Oden got pictures of some of the first geese to land at Creamers Field.

Vern says these small bison also seem to be taking social distancing very seriously.

Seventh grader Jacob has been working on this stop motion piece for his computer sciences class at North Pole Middle School.

Vicky Paddock celebrated Earth Day by re-using insulin bottles, scraps of plywood, ceramic tiles, pop tops and rocks to make these creations.

7 year old Brady Wiehl picks up trash around the neighborhood on Earth Day.

Karen Malone says Cavan and MaKaylin built and painted a bench for their club house and then had some fun in the sink with shaving cream.

Carol Dunlap-Austin says she has no talent to sew masks so in honor of all the nurses, so she decided to paint masked faces on rocks to commemorate all their hard work.

Sharon Elmore says doggy Cooper was looking for ice jams while chillin’ on the Chena River.

And Joy Murphy says 11 year old Jeremyah has mastered the art of two things at once: rollerblading and flying a kite.

If you would like to be a part of this feature please send pictures or video and a description of what you are doing to keep yourself positive during this pandemic to

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