This is a great pick me up story, happening right in the Capital Region. Last week was Random Acts of Kindness Week. To celebrate, the students of Beagle School in Saratoga Springs wanted to thank community heroes with special gifts. So the kids, who are ages 2-4, made thank you books with their teachers' help. The books were specific to to police officers doctors, nurses, firefighters and even dentists. The community loved them. So much so, that Saratoga Dentistry that got a specific book from the kids that said "thank you for keeping the germs off my teeth." went on to pay it forward with their own random acts of kindness. They went to the Saratoga Springs Police Department, Gloversville Dentistry went to their police department as well. They also visited places in Clifton Park, Glens Falls, Greenwich and even the Moreau Animal Clinic. So the kids at Beagle started a whole "pay it forward" with acts of kindness. We can always learn from kids. And it isn't just for Random Acts of Kindness week. It's every day. See the story about the kids below from News10ABC.