26: Once you are committed, you are dogged, determined and persevering. Personally, you are warm and affectionate to others. People often turn to you for advice because you are practical as well as caring. You also might have shared your knowledge with others. Next year expect promotions, awards, kudos and recognition.washingtonpost.com
World’s most premature baby celebrates 1st birthday after beating 0% survival odds
World's smallest preemie Stock photo of a premature baby. Against all odds, literally, the Wisconsin infant celebrated his first birthday June 5 after doctors gave his parents a grim prognosis immediately following his birth at only 21 weeks, or roughly five months premature. Read more uplifting newsA baby born weighing less than a pound has beaten the odds and celebrated his first birthday, becoming the most premature baby to survive, according to Guinness World Records. Kern spoke with the record experts because Richard has now been officially named the most premature baby in the world to survive, CNN reported. “I couldn’t believe this was the same little boy that once was so sick that I feared he may not survive.wftv.com
Minnesota animal shelter celebrates volunteer’s 100th birthday
100th birthday Charlotte Beegle celebrated her 100th birthday at the animal shelter where she has been a volunteer for 32 years. (GMVozd/iStock )GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — It was only fitting that a Minnesota woman who has volunteered for 32 years at an animal shelter would celebrate her 100th birthday with her furry friends. >> Read more trending newsKittens and cupcakes were the order of the day Tuesday as Charlotte Denk Beegle celebrated her 100th birthday at the Animal Humane Society’s shelter in Golden Valley, KARE-TV reported. Charlotte Beegle celebrated her 100th birthday in the best way at a Golden Valley animal shelter. Since her husband’s death, Charlotte Beegle has worked as a volunteer at the animal shelter.wftv.com
Longtime Daytona speedway employee gets parade for 100th birthday
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Dozens of employees at Daytona International Speedway gathered to get results for a longtime employee. Juanita “Lightnin” Epton celebrated her 100th birthday Wednesday. She has been an employee at the speedway since it was built in 1958. To help her celebrate the milestone, dozens of her friends from the speedway put together a parade of more than 100 cars and drove past her Daytona Beach home. Epton is still employed at Daytona International Speedway in ticket operations.
A Miami-area Holocaust survivor celebrates 100th birthday
MIAMI Hilda Frenkel is a tiny superhero.Thats how her son describes the almost 100-year-old Holocaust survivor, who will celebrate her birthday on Sunday virtually with her three children and two 20-something grandchildren. When she realized her 100th birthday celebration would have to be canceled, her main concern was her loved ones getting sick. It just makes me especially happy that shes reached the age of 100 despite everything he did to try to destroy her family.Recalling the Holocaust, Hilda said she was surrounded by atrocities. Less than two years later, she met and married her husband, who, too, was a Holocaust survivor. The greatest lesson I learned from my grandmother is to never be silent in the face of injustice, said Zipporah Frenkel, her 26-year-old granddaughter.
9-year-old boy gets out of this world birthday surprise
Lucas St. Onge was also celebrating his four-year anniversary of surviving a five-organ transplant. "He is in a lot better place than he was four years ago, Heather St. Onge, Lucas mom said. Hello, this is the Chris calling, Chris Cassidy. Thank you, is name is Chris Cassidy. "It's an incredible feeling knowing he is here with all the ups and downs he's gone through in life, Heather St. Onge said.
Eustis boy receives unforgettable birthday surprise when truck drivers came together
EUSTIS, Fla. – Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, birthday celebrations have had to be canceled or changed. For two parents in Eustis, their creativity brought together a community of truck drivers and caring strangers, to celebrate their son’s fifth birthday. What the family didn’t know, is that his post would be shared by others. “The field was full of trucks and I just-- I didn’t know and they came just to celebrate him. Some of the trucks that showed were such high caliber, they were literal monster trucks, I mean, I'm just glad We were able to do it," Raley said.