ETNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- In the darkest of times we find the brightest of moments."So, I think that's just something that's really important to recognize," Rachel Jarvis said.Jarvis displays those moments in her front window."We cut out different colored hearts," she said. "We colored on them with some markers and some crayons."Colorful paper hearts made by her and her 4-year-old daughter, Anna. Each one is a thank you."We've got healthcare workers, grocery store employees, restaurant workers, first responders," she said. "We have newscasters and reporters."A bright moment that is making its way through the Cumberland Crossing neighborhood.Many families have taken the time to sit down, to color and to draw to say "Thank you.""We appreciate them during...
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Etna neighborhood displays "Thank You" hearts in home windows for essential workers