Who is YOUR hero? 104.5 the U wants to recognize the community hero in your world! Is your hero a family member? A firefighter or nurse? A friend or colleague? We want to celebrate the people in your world that help make our community so special.
104.5 the U knows that a little appreciation goes a long way. With past promotions like ‘Frontline Flowers’ and ‘Teacher Tuesday’ we heard over and over again from listeners how much they appreciate the teachers, the grocery clerks, the nurses, and neighbors in our community who rose to the challenges we’ve faced, helping each other.
Help 104.5 the U spread those good vibes and remind our community that a true act of goodwill sparks another! Click RIGHT HERE to nominate the hero in your world and then join Aubrey each Wednesday as she shares a community hero nominee from our listeners and gives away a special prize. She’ll share your thoughtful notes of appreciation throughout the day and on social media!
Prizes include a $100 certificate for a Shine Auto Detailing service, a pair of lift tickets to Blacktail Mountain PLUS a dozen assorted breakfast pastries from Bernice’s Bakery. AND the nominator, that’d be YOU, will also receive a tasty croissant and 12oz drink of your choice from Bernice’s Bakery. Please make sure to list your and your hero nominees contact info!
104.5 the U Community Heroes Shine Auto Detailing: It’s all part of their commitment to community and The Advocates: ‘You deserve an Advocate’ Thanks to Shine Auto Detailing and The Advocates for jumping on to help us share the community heroes with our listeners.
Jan 27th- Listener Miri Disney-Faller helped us kick off the CommUnity Heroes nominating Coryll Rupert with Chief Charlo Elementary. Here’s what Miri wrote: “Coryll is our FIT (Families In Transition) Coordinator. In that position she holds clothing and toiletry drives for our families who are struggling, who may be in transition in regards to housing and performs her job with care and humility. I often see her driving around the school neighborhoods, dropping off items to families at their homes and does all of this “under the radar” with discretion for the families involved. She is an angel among us and deserves to be recognized for all she does to give to those kids and families who struggle day to day with the basics.”
Feb 3rd- Listener Carolyn nominated her CommUnity Hero Sara Keller!
“Sara Keller has been a nurse at St Pats for many years. She worked in transfusions until Covid hit and she has been working with Covid patients since last March. This job has been emotionally taxing on her and her co workers as they work tirelessly to save patients all while trying to stay safe and healthy themselves. When she isn’t working with Covid patients, she is also a great mom to her three awesome kids. When Covid first hit and there were so many unknowns, I remember how nervous and worried she was just coming home after work. Would she get her kids and husband sick? Would she get sick? It was so stressful… and still is! But she still shows up to her shift with to work hard to help people from our community.”