Transcript for Family stays socially distant while bringing joy to their neighborhood
Finally tonight, "America strong." The family figuring out how to stay socially distant and still celebrate Easter with the neighborhood. Peppered all along pepperwood avenue in Long Beach, California, 140 colorful Easter eggs, hand crafted and in courtesy of this family, who came up with the idea last year, right before Easter. We were going a little stir-crazy in lockdown. We decided to leave eggs at every person's doorstep for about a five, six-block run of our street. Reporter: Brian Armstrong got Very nice. Whoa. Reporter: And the socially distanced eggs became a family project. It took three or four days to get everything together. It kind of brought us all together. Reporter: All wrapped with a note, reading, we wonder if you would join us in decorating our community for the holiday. And by the way, there's a pandemic going on. If you need help, drop us a line. Reporter: Many of the neighbors are ecstatic. Crediting the family with making this world a brighter one. Another one said, love this tradition you've started. And, thank you for lifting our spirits up. An entire family of, well, good eggs. We're not handing out food or administering vaccines. We're just putting eggs in but every little bit kind of helps and every little bit of joy, I think, is really important right now. Our thanks to the armstrongs. I'm linsey Davis in New York.
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