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Amid social distancing rules, community stays connected with creative game

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Amid social distancing rules, community stays connected with creative game

Amid social distancing rules, community stays connected with creative game

An Indiana woman has come up with a unique way to keep her community connected in light of social distancing guidelines.

Emily Nelson devised a “Walking Eye Spy” game, in which residents are encouraged to put decorations in their doors, windows or lawns.

In some cases, children who have walked by the decorations have left messages on the pavement in front of participating houses.

Some residents have also used Facebook Messenger to ask their neighbors if they need anything from the grocery store.

Jill LaFountain, a Sunneymede resident, said that the acts of service and Nelson’s game have brought people closer together

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