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Sisters transform community with ‘Be Kind’ signs

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Sisters Raegan, 11, and Rylyn, 9, from La Grange, Kentucky, started selling “Be Kind” signs to raise money for charity and remind others to show kindness in their daily lives. Watch as Hoda and Jenna surprise the entire family with a “Be Kind” sign on a billboard in Times Square, a message of love from Sofia Sanchez and a gift from Staples so they can continue making signs.