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Neighbors get drivers to honk, smile during pandemic
Happy honks
Times photo: Shannon Rabotski Longtime Black Hawk physical education teacher and Monroe resident Kurt Ellefson, seated, can periodically be found in his front drive with his neighbors, from left, Baruch, 7, Shaphan, 9 and Ahava Conley, 4 asking passersby to honk if they like whatever theme that day brings. The honks are tallied and counted to meet a goal and the event is held in an effort to bring smiles to people in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Although some adults might find that children can drain them of their energy — for Kurt Ellefson, they seem to have the opposite effect.