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Here's the 'Good News' that happened in Central Georgia: June 9-15

Here's the good news you may have missed that happened in our area last week

1. Jones County woman feeds Macon's homeless

For the last two weeks, Lakeshia Cleveland-Burney has made sandwiches, drinks, and snacks for homeless people in Central City Park in Macon.

2. 'Don't give up on yourself:' Central Georgia West Point grad on being in viral photo

A photo snapped days before West Point Academy's graduation gained national attention, and one of Central Georgia's own was there for the photo-op.

3. 'To dance for a living United States president, that's huge:' Macon dance ensemble performs at Jimmy Carter's Sunday school

Pilar Lowden has been leading her dancers for years, but this weekend, they got a special opportunity.

4. Houston County Schools' new program helps students with social-emotional learning

A nonprofit awarded Houston County Schools nearly $400,000 to fund their Second Step program for their students.

5. Roberta Police Department helps Crawford High cheerleaders raise money for cheer camp

The Eagles reached their fundraising goal thanks to a donation made by the Roberta Police Department.

6. Kids perform at 2019 Otis Music Camp finale

The finale of the two-week camp was held at the Grand Opera House in downtown Macon

7. Forsyth natural birthing center delivers first baby since opening

At 30 weeks pregnant, Emory Maddox decided she wanted to bring Noelani Brown into this world the old-fashioned way--by having a natural child birth.

8. Jeopardy! Teen Tournament contestant is rising Mount de Sales senior

Stephanie Pierson set up a mock studio at her home to practice for the show.

9. 'We have a lot of togetherness:' Smarr community paints town's history on mural

The town came together to create a mural, where each detail carries a special meaning.

10. Macon Vet Center prepares for 40th anniversary celebration

Vet centers were established back in 1979 to help veterans transition back into civilian life.

11. Gray woman, homeless man create special bond

Lakeshia Cleveland-Burney has been feeding the homeless nearly every day for the last two weeks, but she's gone the extra mile for one man.