Random Acts of Kindness

Random Acts Kindness Week is celebrated  the second week of February each year as a reminder of the importance of kindness in our everyday lives.  Help make Kindness the Norm today and every day by acts small and large.  Sharing a smile has value to both the giver and the getter.  It costs nothing and the value is priceless.

McDowell students created hundreds of RAK posters.
McDowell, Ellsworth Hill,  East Woods and Seton Catholic had RAK mailboxes  in their libraries and students wrote notes that were designed by WRA students.  The students at  the Middle School Builders Club arranged the notes that were then delivered around town.
So many smiles from the folks who got the booklets!

Council President Chris Foster presented the city proclamation to Hudson League for Service member Barbara Bos. Western Academy students  Elba H.. Tanvi S. and Sheilla M. passed out RAK posters.

Mayor Anzevino proclaimed RAK Week in Hudson with this proclamation:
WHEREAS, doing random acts of kindness connects the giver and the receiverwith each other and creates a community of caring for one another; and
WHEREAS, by remembering to perform simple acts of kindness in our daily
lives, we can create a community, a nation and a world that is more kind, more
safe and more caring.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jeffrey L. Anzevino, Mayor of the City of Hudson, Ohio,
in recognition of The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation and Hudson League
for Service, do hereby proclaim the week of February 12 to February 18, 2023, to