PARKLAND, FL - On Sunday, Amanda and Noah Rosenfarb and their two children joined in Parkland's renewal. The children walked their neighborhood for approximately two hours, handing our cookies with a message "Spread Love and Kindness."
Amanda Rosenfarb said, "Eden wanted to host a lemonade stand and donate all the money to the MSD fund. I said we probably wouldn't get enough traffic on a Sunday afternoon. So we just decided to spread love and kindness. Who could resist a cookie?...The majority of people were happy to eat the cookies on the spot."
Reflecting on this past week's events, Rosenfarb said, "It's shocking that this could happen in what I consider our Parkland Bubble. Currently my family along with the Moms Club is focusing on doing as many positive things as possible, making others outside of our town aware of all the positive ways we can come together and helping each other in any way possible."
Rosenfarb said everyone can make a difference. "People of any age can spread love and kindness. It doesn't need to be a big undertaking. Small gestures are great, as well. Every single person we spoke to was so touched with just the slip of paper. They made sure to thank us and tell us what a good job we were doing," she said.
"Parkland is amazing. I always knew that. The way the community is coming together just amplifies that," Rosenfarb added.
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