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Community group spreads kindness, fellowship


Roxanna Estrada and her family are among many Ennis residents participating in Rockin’ Ennis.
There’s a new rock group in Ennis. No, not the kind you’re thinking of but it’s making music just the same — the music of togetherness, family fun and community spirit. The popularity of “kindness rocks,” painted rocks left in public places by kids, artists, teams, all kinds of people, has been spreading, and now Ennis has its own such group, complete with a Facebook page that’s been growing for the last few weeks, with a membership of over 200 so far. Rockin’ Ennis was formed by Amber Fitzhugh, a new Ennis resident, as a fun activity for her niece and nephews. Now her idea has ignited a craze in Ennis that’s steadily picked up in these last days of summer. “I’m so happy at this moment,” Fitzhugh said. “I never expected this to take off this fast. ”Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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