NowDecatur, WSOY and Brinkoetter Realtors are bringing you “Everyday Heroes”! People and companies that are going above and beyond to help the community and neighbors during this difficult time.
Fear around public health emergencies like the coronavirus can bring out the worst in people, but it can also provide inspiring examples of people and companies choosing to be kind. Even in the midst of the crisis, people are making sure those in quarantine don’t feel alone, turning canceled events into opportunities to give back, giving of themselves and offering their business services, talents, and treasure.
If you would like to nominate an individual or company for “Everyday Heroes”, please use the form below or email HERE. These individuals and companies will be highlighted on Byers & Co (M-F 6am-9am) on WSOY 1340AM/ 103.3FM and streaming online at NowDecatur.com
Everyday Heroes. Day by Day Making A Difference. Proudly Presented by Brinkoetter Realtors.
April 2nd, 2020- Two more local businesses have been nominated as Everyday Heroes; Creative Kids Daycare has continued to stay open as an emergency daycare provider for those families with parents working on the front line, and the direct support personnel at Macon Resources have had their Community Day Service shut down but now are going…Continue Reading
March 30th, 2020- Parsons Elementary School teacher Dawn Hawkins has been nominated for ‘Everyday Heroes’ for her willingness to go above and beyond for her students including delivering needed school materials. Listen to the podcast now.Continue Reading
March 27th, 2020- In this segment of Everyday Heroes, Tom Brinkoetter nominates Mary Rozanski who cleans homes for a living but goes above and beyond by checking in on her elderly clients daily, taking them to the store, and adding comfort to people in trying times.Continue Reading
March 23rd, 2020- This installment of Everyday Heroes spotlights Beth Boyland who is an administrator at Decatur Rehabilitation working 12-14 hour shifts to help keep the residents safe, and the Macon County Health Department workers including Brani Binkley, Bethany Stapel and Whitney Allison who have also been putting in long shifts in the name of public…Continue Reading
March 20th, 2020- Today’s Everyday Heroes spotlight includes Michael Karunas of Central Christian Church who is streaming daily positive meditations, Garfield Montessori teacher Sarah Pritts who has an online group with daily engaging lessons for kids, Zach Garrett who is giving music lessons to kids over Skype, and a group of Brinkoetter Realtors; Tony Piraino, Ashley…Continue Reading
March 20th, 2020- Tom Brinkoetter calls in to talk about their efforts to spotlight Everyday Heroes and how the technology of their website allows potential home buyers to virtually tour properties safely from their homes. Listen to the podcast now.Continue Reading