Age may just be a number, but with time and experience, we each grow a little bit wiser. In this episode of Stitch: Generational Wisdom we are sharing stories of people across the country who are passing their wisdom on to the next generation.
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Some of the stories in this episode include:
The Golden Girl
In Florida, a 73-year-old woman has rekindled her love for dancing. Stephanie Walsh dances like everyone is watching. And they are. The seasoned dancing queen recently went viral on social media after proving that age is just a number. Ms. Stephanie heard of Fusion Fitness Club in Sanford, FL from a friend and has been hooked on their fitness dance classes ever since.
A Tiny Irish Dancer
This tiny tot’s dance moves went viral after her mother shared her first Irish Dance performance on social media. With over 5 Million views, the video has made 3-year-old Zoe a pint-sized social media sensation. Zoe’s mom is now fielding calls from network morning talk and talent shows eager to book her.
This young entrepreneur wants to boost the self-esteem of her peers. 12-year-old Orlando middle schooler, author, and illustrator, Sumer Strawbree has created and published positive affirmation coloring books featuring over 30 girls in all hues, shapes, and sizes. She has done local and regional events spreading the message that affirmations are empowering.
More Than Medicine
Legendary Milwaukee pharmacist, Dr. Lester Carter wasn’t just any pharmacist. He broke barriers by becoming one of the first African American graduates of one of the top pharmacy schools at Creighton University. Carter bought the pharmacy at 24th and Burleigh in the 1960s becoming one of the first black-owned pharmacies in Milwaukee. Dr. Carter lived in a remodeled home above the store so he could continue to do what he loved best. Serving people.
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What is Stitch?
Stitch shares heartwarming and inspiring stories from around the country, stitching together the fabric of America. From inspiring tales of perseverance to good Samaritans helping neighbors to trailblazers improving their communities, Stitch showcases the feel-good and do-good that make up our American story.
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