This morning on "The Good News" , a feature we do every weekday morning at 8:10 am on the "Sean and Richie Show",we talked about an 8 year old boy who touched a soldier with his generosity. The boy is Myles Eckert and he lives in Toledo, Ohio. Last month Myles hit the jackpot by finding a $20 bill in the parking lot on his way into the local Cracker Barrel with his family. When you are 8, getting a hold of 20 bucks can really get your head spinning with ways to spend it on yourself but what Myles did with the money was priceless.
With all the crazy weather surrounding the Daytona 500, I didn't hear very much about the National Anthem during the Nationwide race on Saturday night. It kind of surprised me, considering it was one of the most unique versions I've ever heard!
Rock band, Madison Rising performed a HARD ROCK version of the National Anthem before the Nationwide race in Daytona. And not everyone loved
You don't think anything of it when your kids come home from school and tells you they had a fire drill at school. You don't think twice anymore about an "emergency go-home" drill, or even a "lock-down" drill
Every morning at 8:10, 'The Sean and Richie Show" does a feature called "The Good News." Let's face it, the world is full of bad news and catastrophes and the media is falling all over itself to bring it to you. Really, just watching the news every night could lead you to depression. So, as I like to say on the show everyday, that is why we bring you now... "The Good News."
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