School is out and many families are beginning their search for safe things to do for the family. How would you like to have a one-stop vacation that includes a cabin, hanging out with elephants and giraffes, riding ATV's and ziplining for the whole family?
Second-grade teacher Kelsey Pavelka made a plastic barrier with a shower curtain, tape, and Ziploc bags so she can hug her students and catch up with them on what they've been up to. Source: New York Post
Many who have filed for unemployment benefits in the Hoosier State have been wondering when the extra $600 they've been hearing so much about is going to start hitting their bank accounts - for some it already has.