CORONAVIRUS: STRONGER TOGETHER
Good News Monday: Easter Bunny & Birthday Parades
Apr 13, 2020, 5:39 PM | Updated: 5:45 pm
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – From drive-by Easter Bunny visits to neighbors filling the air with beautiful music, there was a lot of good news filling our KSL newsroom this Monday.
Here’s how some Utahns showed we are stronger together during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Davis County Drive-By Birthday Parade
If you can’t go to the party — the party is coming to you! That was the case for 91-year-old retired Davis County Sheriff Stan Tebbs.
On Saturday, his family drove from all over Utah to Samaria, Idaho, for a very special drive-by birthday celebration.
This was Tebbs’ first birthday without his sweetheart, so his family wanted to make sure he knew how much he was loved.
Springville Police Officers Make Surprise Visits
In Springville, a surprise visit from the police resulted in smiles.
Officers delivered board games, DVDs, popcorn and more, including hand sanitizer, to random residents this weekend.
The packages were donated by Walmart to help families spend quality time together while social distancing.
Some of SVPD's finest are out delivering packages with; a board game, DVD, popcorn, treats and sanitizer to some random…
Posted by Springville Police Department on Friday, April 10, 2020
Easter Bunny Drive-By Parades
Speaking of heartwarming visits, the Easter Bunny jumped in on the action in many cities over the weekend.
In Stockton, the Easter Bunny got a police escort through town on a homemade float.
This bunny tossed candy and showed off some awesome dance moves during the parade.
Children in Clearfield also packed their vehicles for a chance to wave hello.
It was so fun to see so many smiling faces at our drive-by Easter Bunny event! Our Clearfield community came together…
Posted by Clearfield City on Saturday, April 11, 2020
Loose Bunny At Car Dealership
Speaking of bunnies, how about this furry friend showing up at Jerry Seiner in Salt Lake City this weekend.
He gave the mechanics a run for their money — but this bunny certainly brightened their day.
Davis County Siblings Share Musical Talent
Speaking of bright moments, siblings from Kaysville spent time last weekend using their talents to uplift loved ones they’ve had to social distance from.
The siblings are proud Davis High School Marching Band alumni and posted the videos on Facebook with the message, “We hope this gives you love and comfort during this lonely time. Stay safe!”