They give tirelessly back to their community; often, you don't even know their names. Now, the American Red Cross and News 5 WCYB are recognizing them for their efforts.
Each week a winner from a different category will be honored in our Celebration of Heroes.
Community Impact Award Winner
The Healing Hands Health Center gives a helping hand with healthcare at no cost to the working uninsured. For their efforts, they are the community impact hero award winner in the American Red Cross/WCYB Celebration of Heroes. Click here to read more about Healing Hands.
Education Award Winner
Haydee Robinson, the Dickenson County, Virginia Schools Superintendent, is the Education award winner in the American Red Cross/WCYB Celebration of Heroes. Click here to read more about Haydee.
Military Award Winner
Richard Ball proudly served his country as a security policeman in the U.S. Air Force from 1966 to 1970. Since then, he's served his community very active in the American Legion and other organizations. Click here to read more about Richard.
Medical Award Winner
Saving lives -- it's always made Bristol,Tennessee Firefighter/Paramedic Jon Ingle tingle. For his selfless efforts, Ingle is the medical hero award winner in the American Red Cross/WCYB Celebration of Heroes. Click here to read more about Jon.
Corporate Award Winner
As an executive at Alpha Natural Resources, Vaughn Groves is a leader of mines. In his spare time, he's a leader of young minds in the Boy Scouts. For his charitable efforts, Groves is the corporate hero honoree in the American Red Cross/WCYB Celebration of Heroes awards. Click here to read more about Vaughn.25659940
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