Here's Three Good Things That Happened Around Charlotte on Wednesday

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — For many, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. With that, you might miss some of the good things that are happening in the community.

Several people in the Charlotte area have found ways to "be the good." Here are three good things that happened in the Charlotte area on Wednesday that you might have missed.

1. Charlotte-area teen celebrates birthday with surprise parade

Rachel Floie turned 19 on Wednesday, and like many people right now, she wasn't able to do much of anything to celebrate. 

Cars lined her street in the Bonterra Village neighborhood of Indian Trail, driving past, honking and waving to wish her a happy birthday. 

2. Neighbor shares some faith

A Charlotte neighbor used handiwork to share their faith with others, in the form of a cross. 

In the Sedgefield neighborhood of Charlotte near the elementary school, a homemade cross can be found with smaller wooden crosses hanging on it. 

3. South Park lights up the night

In the South Park neighborhood of Charlotte, the community came together to honor healthcare workers on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Neighbors lit up the outside of their homes with candles, Christmas lights and more to make the streets glow in solidarity. 

Do you know of something uplifting happening in the Charlotte area? Share it with WCNC with the tag #ShareTheLove and visit for the full story.

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