My Neighbor, My Hero Project

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MilfordLive and TLM Business Services are requesting your help to begin an exciting new project, My Neighbor-My Hero.
It’s an opportunity for those in the Milford community to recognize someone who is making a difference in the lives of others by selfless acts of kindness, courage and inspiration.

We want you to tell us about someone who helps those in need or touches the lives of others and receives nothing but gratitude in return. We know that everyday Americans are out there quietly making an impact on their community and we want to hear about them.
If you know someone who inspires you, please tell us. They didn’t have to save a life or change the world; they just need to make a difference.

MilfordLive will be dedicating a section to feature local Neighbor Heroes but we need your help to get started so please send in your description of what make your neighbor your hero to MilfordLive, ATTN: My Neighbor-My Hero, 805 Joshua Dr., Milford, DE , 19963; or by emailing MyHero@MilfordLive.com.

The My Neighbor-My Hero campaign is sponsored by MilfordLive and TLM Business Services.

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