Do something nice on Tuesday. Gov. Charlie Baker says so.

This great article covering our Day of Civility (11/22/2016) is credited to Boston.com and written by Nik DeCosta-Kilpa, 

Gov. Charlie Baker wants Bay Staters to do something nice next Tuesday. Well, 24 nice things, to be exact.

The Massachusetts governor will declare Nov. 22 as “Massachusetts Day of Civility,” according to the National Civility Foundation, a nonprofit that encourages small acts of kindness. Baker will issue the proclamation Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the State House with Judith Bowman, the foundation’s executive director.

In a statement, Bowman said the Day of Civility is designated for performing 24 random acts of kindness in one 24-hour period. She added that it was “fitting” for the day to fall the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. To read the rest of this amazing articled please click on: http://www.boston.com/news/politics/2016/11/17/do-something-nice-on-tuesday-gov-charlie-baker-says-so

 

Gov. Charlie Baker, Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh, and Attorney General Maura Healey handed out turkeys at a food bank last week, which is something nice. –Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe

Gov. Charlie Baker, Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh, and Attorney General Maura Healey handed out turkeys at a food bank last week, which is something nice. –Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe