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CeCe is the founder of What's Good USA. Her passion to spread Good news started in 2003 when she worked at a major television news station. CeCe would leave work everyday bothered because seemingly only negative news was continously being highlighted. She thought her passion for spreading good news had ended when she left the news station in 2005, however, on December 14, 2012 the burning passion to spread Good news was reignited as a result of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. 


"....this is when I knew I had to follow my passion and 3 months later What's Good USA was born. It brings me great joy to find and help spread Good news. A little Good news can help to restore the good in all mankind."

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Cross country runner carries injured competitor across finish line

DEVILS LAKE, ND (WDAY/CNN) – Every once in a while in sports the results don't matter.

Hundreds of cross country runners were in Minnesota for a race, but the winner from the event was someone who didn't even place, but instead showed compassion for a fellow runner.

Devils Lake senior Melanie Bailey carried an injured and distraught Danielle Lenoue, who runs for Fargo South, across the finish line at the EDC cross country meet at Ponderosa Golf Course near Glyndon.

"I was past the 2-mile mark, I was right around the corner from the finish line,” Lenoue said. “It happened instantly, like I was just running along and felt like a little pop in my knee and down I went. It was that fast."

Lenoue's left knee buckled during the race and she injured her patellar tendon.

"Just sobbing and everything, so I just started walking and I stopped cause I couldn't go any farther and all of a sudden this girl comes up and she grabs my arm and she said 'here, come on.'” Lenoue said. “And we just started walking and couldn't walk at all. And she was just like 'this isn't working' and so she said 'here hop on my back.' And she bent down, picked me up. She's like half my size."

That turned out to be Bailey who said she thought it was the right thing to do.

"All I could think about was that she was in a lot of pain, and I wanted to help her,” Bailey said. “Honestly, I loved the way I ended it. It was a really good way to end my cross country season."

The girls didn't know each other before the race, but have been communicating through Facebook since then.

"So nice, I mean like she didn't have to do that,” Lenoue said. “She obviously has a good personality and was raised like that. I mean how many people kept running past me but she decided that she was going to stop? It was a very touching moment for myself, I guess."


Courtesy of  www.fox19.com


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