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Aurora Now Inspirational Stories 2020

Happy New Year from AuroraTV! A brand new episode of Aurora Now returns January 6th, but in the meantime, please enjoy some special programming:

2020 was a tough year, but it wasn't all bad, especially here in Aurora.  Despite the many challenges we faced, there were still some moments of hope and inspiration. We met an 83-year-old retired Aurora seamstress who lovingly made masks for our community, as well as, volunteers who built a wheelchair ramp for an Aurora boy during a "blitz build." We also introduced you to an Aurora woman who survived a near-death experience and showed all of us how to overcome. They're just a few of the inspirational stories we shared on Aurora Now in 2020. We hope they help you start the new year with much joy and optimism.

Story Slugs:

Meet Aurora's 83-Years-Young Mask Maker

Overcoming Obstacles:  An Aurora Artist Perseveres & Pays it Forward

A Hard-Fought Fight for Life Leads to Victory for Victoria

Volunteers Come Together & Leave a Lasting Legacy for An Aurora Boy

Immigrants & Refugees in Aurora Get a Taste of Home

Meet Eleni, the Chef Who Cooks from the Heart

AuroraTV Staff