Caffeine and notes of hope being sold at Kentucky coffee shop
Students are spreading the love this month by making sure a caffeine boost isn't the only perk customers receive at a coffee shop in Kentucky.
When you walk into parcels Perkin Drafting Ville, you're reminded to perk up, and when you place an order, you'll be getting a boost not just from what's inside the cup. Do you want what they got? But from what's on the outside? I think it's wonderful that that'll make somebody stay. Every cup of hot beverage at Parcels comes with a special message reminding people they are brew tea full, reminding them they are not alone, reminding them to stay positive. It says you are important. I think it's awesome and I congratulate these students for thinking of others, she says students, because it's Marshall County high schoolers who wrote these messages more than 1100 students in all, the idea for the project came from teacher Laura Kinder's leadership class. The 23rd, of course, is the remembrance of Let's Go Feeding. We had here and Bailey in question, were very just kind and caring people, so we thought that would be the best way to honor them for senior Clay hailed. The project is also about thanking the community for supporting the high school since the tragedy, just how they respected us and give what they could for us and they took care of us. So I thought telling them I love everyone in our community and thanking them for everything they've done for us. It was a very, very good idea. A good idea that's already resonating makes me appreciate the world around me just