It’s no secret we live in trying times. The COVID-19 outbreak has many of us worried, and for good reason.
For the next few months, life will continue to change and take us, as a country and local community, to uncharted territory. For now, we face an uncertain future. And we will persevere. Because in times of crisis, we rely on those who step up and go the extra mile to help out.
When we need them most, local heroes go above and beyond and help us defeat whatever is in front of us. They are our nurses and doctors. They are our law enforcement officers. It’s the
couple down the street that checks in on their elderly neighbor every day. They are our teachers. It’s the postman. Yes, they are the local journalists that keep you informed every day.
Heroes in time of need come in all shapes and sizes. We need our local heroes to get through tough times. And times are tough.Do you know a local hero who is making if big
difference in your community? Celebrate your local heroes by writing your message at this link.
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I WANT TO THANK MY MAIL CARRIER FOR ADVANCE MILLS RD., EARLYSVILLE 22936...HE IS THE BEST YOUNG MAN..HE TAKES TIME OUT OF HIS ROUTE TO BRING PACKAGES OR LARGE ENVELOPES AND LEAVE THEM ON MY COVERED DECK...HE IS SO WELL MANNERED....AND THIS MAY BE WHAT HE IS SUPPOSE TO DO...BUT I THANK HIM FR…
We are proud of our daughter and all the local nurses and NP's who are helping our community!
To my SWIM team,
Thank you for your commitment to excellence in providing such excellent care of your patients at your nursing home. You make me proud for being such an wonderful sister-in-law at times like this. You provide such a quite inspirational spirit that makes other better around you. Please stay sa…
I just wanted to say Thanks for your many sacrifices in serving our community. I am proud to have such a wonderful daughter willing to think of the human needs in times like this. Please stay safe and we love your commitment to our great community.
I just wanted to say Thank You sister-in-law for all sacrifices in providing health care services to our children throughout the area. I'm so grateful for providing such an impact into our community. We love all that you do and stay safe.
A special thanks to all the grocery workers who keep the stores open and clean, deliver the groceries, field questions and do it all cheerfully.
I'm overwhelmed with all the heroes I see or hear about in our community. Crozet Market, Rafael Zumloff co-owner, gets a special shout out because his staff are doing a simply remarkable job working for us!! His staff wouldn't perform as effectively unless Rafael set the example. Make no mis…
Two heroes I believe should be recognized are Natasha Lawler and Jennifer Eberline. Together, they started an initiative called Feed the Frontline. Not only is it a wonderful way to support local nurses who are fighting a pandemic, but it also a great way to support local restaurants in thei…
I want to give a big shout out the Hungry Hearts No More food pantry in Hollymead, that has been providing weekend meals and food bags over breaks for kids at Hollymead Elementary School for 3 years. It's led by families in the neighborhood. With the outbreak of coronavirus and schools shut…
Thank you to Virginia State Police Sr. Trooper Anthony Clore, who is going above and beyond in his mission to protect and serve the people of Fluvanna County during these difficult times. Trooper Clore collects homemade surgical masks made by members of Fork Union Baptist Church and then de…
Tom and Sarah Souter, respectively, CVille firefighter medic and UVa hospital administrator. We love ya and appreciate the efforts that you make daily to keep our community safe.
Thank you so much for all you are doing to keep our county safe! You make me such a proud mommy and I love you so much
I believe that a set of essential personnel is being overlooked and I would like to honor Terry P. Muller, Ph.D., a local Charlottesville clinical psychologist. Dr. Muller has served the Charlottesville citizens in need of mental health services for over three decades. Her primary focus has …
I want to thank all those that are currently considered essential employees, and their families for being so supportive. You all are an inspiration and we continue to be blessed to have wonderful people like you in our community.