Amanda Garcia of Imperial Beach found a way to cheer up her fellow neighbors by using sidewalk chalk to spread a message of encouragement and to entertain them.
As her mother Judy Cartier explained in a message Sunday evening, “Amanda did the art out in front of our house today. A friend of mine from church mentioned her kids were doing art for the people walking around her neighborhood. We also did a hopscotch pattern. Within a couple of hours of finishing, we noticed at least three people actually playing hopscotch as they walked by. They really seemed to like it.”
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