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This 11-year-old girl cheers up isolated nursing home residents by bringing her pony to their windows
by Christopher Dawson, CNN
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6 May 2020
On 6 May 2020 CNN reported:
Eleven-year-old Jorja Boller wanted to cheer up older adults in the nursing homes around her hometown of Beatrice, Nebraska. And when she thought of who makes her smile when she feels lonely, she knew her little pony Peanut would have to pay them a visit while they are isolated during the coronavirus pandemic. Jorja and her 8-year-old sister Jurnee led Peanut up to the windows of the nursing homes. Some would follow the girls and their pony from window to window.
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When the pandemic is over, Jorja plans to get the residents more involved. ... Jorja has received recognition from the Good Samaritan Society and the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards -- but for her it's the smiles from the elderly that inspire her.
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