Couple Cancels Wedding Reception To Give Money To Hurricane Victims Instead

Ever hear about a wedding where you had complete confidence a couple will do great? That’s the case with Shellie Schoellkopf and Robert Callaway from League City, Texas. KPRC reports the couple had a big ol’ shindig set for October 7th. But in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and all the devastation around Houston, the couple just couldn’t keep things the same, not with how many of their friends and family had been affected by the flood. Callaway told KPRC,

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Kristen Bell’s Best Role Yet-Real Life Hurricane Irma Volunteer

Actress Kristen Bell has millions of fans as the voice of Princess Ana in the animated movie, “Frozen.” She also could’ve stolen your heart as Veronica Mars or in the movie, “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” You can pretty much tell your age by when you fell for Bell. Hearts of all ages will fall for her when you see what she’s doing in Florida. ENews reports that Bell is in Orlando filming her Netflix comedy, “Like Father.” Once she figured out

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My Marriage Is Going Nowhere And I Couldn’t Be Happier

My marriage is going nowhere. At least, that was the case this weekend. This wasn’t our intention. The plan, rather, Last second, as it was, Was pretty grand. I had seen early Saturday morning that my favorite singer was in town for a concert. The guy you pretend is singing to you. Or, if that is kind of creepy because you’re old enough to be his mother, That you would’ve been the girl he was in love with when you

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Guardian Angel Plumber Sends Kids Of Incarcerated Parents To College

You’re probably thinking a plumber doesn’t make a ton of money. Karl Winsness will tell you you’re right. He makes about $30,000 a year. That’s barely enough to get by, you figure. Let alone make a difference in the world. That’s where you’re wrong. With his modest income, Karl sends kids to college. Lots of them. He does it awarding what he calls, “Willy The Plumber” scholarships to kids in Utah. Kids who probably would find it hard to go

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Iowa Football Fans Wave At Children’s Hospital Starting Awesome New Tradition

University of Iowa football fans have launched one of the newest and most awesome traditions in college football. At Saturday’s season opener against Wyoming, the fans stood at the end of the first quarter, turned around and waved. Everyone waved. One fantastic group of kids were on the receiving end of that big hello. Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital is right across the street from Kinnick Stadium. Young patients and their families were on the top floor taking in the

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17,000 Pounds Of Cheese On Its Way To Texas From Wisconsin Companies

Cheese is the best way to show the love when you’re from Wisconsin. Showing it, they are, as a number of companies are sending 17,000 pounds of dairy love to folks now trying to rebuild lives in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. String cheese. Cheese curds. Cheddar. How do you like your cheese? Chances are it’s on a truck that left Madison, Wisconsin Friday and is making it’s way to the Houston Food Bank. Oh, and just for good measure, there

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Pizza Hut Workers Paddle Through Harvey Flood Waters To Deliver Hot Pizza

Pizza Hut is topping itself by delivering hot pizza pies to folks stuck in their homes due to flooding from Hurricane Harvey. Shayda Habib is the manager of Pizza Hut in Oak Lake, Texas.  She told MSNBC that she’s pregnant, but still found a way to help out her fellow Texans. They stacked up kayaks and got their deliveries started. “We packed 120 pizzas into kayaks and took them out to people in their homes,” Habib told KCRA. “The people

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Shelter Dog Scheduled To Die Because He Was Too Energetic Now Saving Lives After Hurricane Harvey

He was a shelter dog who was scheduled to die. Now that same energy and his incredible spirit are helping to save lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The Sacramento Bee reports that five years ago, “Rocket,” was sitting in a California shelter deemed, “too energetic” to be adopted. He was labeled to be euthanized. Not so fast. Some dedicated shelter workers knew that highly energetic dogs make for great rescue dogs. In 2012, they recommended Rocket as a

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Bakers Trapped In Houston Bakery For Two Days Make Tons Of Bread For Hurricane Harvey Shelters

Four bakers in Houston sure did rise to the occasion when they found themselves trapped inside the bakery where they work. The Daily Mail reportsWorkers at the El Bolillo Bakery in Houston, Texas, had been working the night shift on Friday when they realized they couldn’t leave the shop because of the rising floodwater. In the spirit of when life serves you lemons, you make lemonade, these four men made the best use of their time. They go to work.

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Houston Mattress Store Owner Opens His Business To Hundreds Of Hurricane Evacuees

He’s known around Houston as, “Mattress Mack.” Long before Hurricane Harvey ravaged his hometown, Jim McIngvale, was known throughout the region for his good works. This week is a huge cherry on top. Without anyone asking him to do it, McIngvale opened his stores, turning them into evacuation centers for anyone who needed a safe, dry place to stay. Even better, he sent his store’s trucks to pick up folks who might be stranded. No, No one asked. McIngvale would

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