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Rainbows of hope in Spring Tree neighborhood

Molly Sewell delivered rainbow pictures to spread positivity among her neighbors in Mill Creek.

Series: Coronavirus | Story 31

Last updated 4/14/2020 at 9:30pm

Courtesy Kerry Sewell

Eight-year-old Molly Sewell drew rainbows for her neighbors to put up in their windows to try to brighten up their days during this unprecedented time of social distancing due to COVID-19.

A rainbow has always been a positive sign – the rain is gone and the sun has come out again. Kerry Sewell knew she had to do something to bring some positivity back to her neighborhood during the stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 and the growing pandemic. 

Sewell and her 8-year-old daughter, Molly, were talking to Molly's teacher on FaceTime when they got the idea. Molly goes to Mill Creek Elementary.

"(Molly's teacher) said that she'd heard rainbows bring hope and peace and that some families had put them in the front window, and so after we hung up I said, 'Why don't we make rainbows...

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