How To Be A Superhero

Never underestimate the difference you make.

There is a video about to go viral produced by the son of Jessica Nutt, Administrative Assistant to Kevin Marx.  You can see it here.
After watching the video I bought breakfast for the car behind me at McDonald’s this morning.  It cost me a whopping $2.05.
I have tremendous optimism about the future of our community.  This optimism is reinforced every time I see something like this video or have the opportunity to teach a Junior Achievement class at Dixon High School.  There are truly amazing young adults out there in every school KSB Hospital serves.
Take a few minutes to watch this video, and then go make a difference.  Is there a superhero in you?
– Dave 

Note:  There is one instance of offensive language contained in the video.

4 Comments
  • Michael Sarno
    Posted at 13:23h, 12 December Reply

    This video is proof people should never underestimate the power of a smile, high-five, heart felt compliment or act of charity no matter how small. This type of pay it forward attitude is contagious and will hopefully go viral.

  • Kathy Spong
    Posted at 15:16h, 12 December Reply

    We all can get something from this video…. random acts of kindness; what a great way to brighten someones day and also your own ! Great job boys and CONGRATULATIONS Jessica …you should be proud !

  • Sheila Brune
    Posted at 21:22h, 13 December Reply

    Sheila Brune
    I first saw this video on Facebook and did not pay any attention to where it was produced. I was delighted to read the newpaper story about these 2 superheros and learn that it is right here in our town! Awesome and yes–all of these parents must be super proud!

  • Sheila Brune
    Posted at 21:23h, 13 December Reply

    So touching and so proud that this is happening in our little town. Yes parents–be proud. You did a great job!

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