The National Random Acts of Kindness Week took place from February 11-17th this year and the Janice Overbeck Real Estate Team went out into the Cobb County community and surprised guests of local establishments.
The gift cards were for stores like Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond.
Petey Semmens, 92, Marilyn Torvick, 89, and Eldon Niemann, 94, were handing out the cookies and gift cards to surprised students and staff at Lake Superior College to do something kind, but also as a chance to interact with others in the community. In the end, Mrs. Camillo's fourth grade class came in first place with 152 acts of kindness.
Swack said he's taught students to go beyond what they're normally supposed to do, such as household chores. Throughout the week, students wrote down their kind acts on slips of paper, with the goal of forging a hanging chain that stretches throughout the school. He said he appreciated the gesture.
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"I just want to see how nice it is to give somebody something", Hahn said.
"What's happening? What do we got here?" one woman said before giving the Primrose residents hugs as thanks for the treats. Semmens said. She explained, "I don't think this country can survive without volunteers".
Residents of Primrose Retirement Community in Mankato spent their Thursday morning spreading random acts of kindness across Minnesota State's Centennial Student Union.
Primrose resident Don Olson says he was impressed with the students he spoke to and amazed at how much college has changed.