Good News: Job Offers, Holocaust Survivors, and the World’s Longest Friendship Bracelet

Here are a few more Good News stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A Holocaust survivor named Helen Kahan celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday by throwing out the first pitch at a Yankees game.  (Here’s the video.)

2.  An elementary school in Texas set a new record for world’s longest friendship bracelet . . . over 2,795 feet.

3.  A 26-year-old guy in New York is going viral for his “50/31” fitness challenge, where you try to run 50 miles in 31 days.  He lost his dad to brain cancer as a kid, so he’s doing it to raise money for Brain Cancer Awareness Month.

4.  Remember the guy in California who snagged a baby stroller before it rolled into traffic last week?  He used to be homeless, and happened to be in the parking lot because he was interviewing for a job at Applebee’s.

Here’s an update.  He was talking to a reporter about it when he got a phone call from Applebee’s letting him know . . . he got the job.  (It happens at 2:50.)