Who’s Your Hero?

There are many unsung heroes in this 'Small City with a Big Heart.' On Thursday, October 16th, adults and youth who have been nominated – and chosen - as someone’s ‘Hero’ will be recognized and honored at the 5th Annual ‘Be A Hero’ dinner event, from 6 pm to 8:30 p.m., Personal heroes that have made a difference in an individual's life will be recognized, especially mentors and heroes that have played an important role in a child's life. Buffet dinner, cash bar, music, interactive activities for children, adults, families, raffle & silent auction.  Hero table - $350 for a table of 10 in honor of your hero. Individual tickets are $40 for adults. Children: 1-5 y/o free; 6-12 y/o $10; 13-16 y/o $20; 17+ full price.  

Still seeking sponsors, raffle and silent auction items – can you help? For more information email: director@milfordspromise.org

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This year the following adults and youth will be honored

Kelsey Burns
Teacher/Jr. Class Advisor/Student Intern Advisor: Jonathan Law High School

Rosemarie Marzinotto
Principal: Live Oaks School
Sally ‘Bubbles’ Onofrio
Volunteer: Camp Katoya/Camp Buddies & Pals – Girl Scouts of Connecticut
Margie Ruggeri
Volunteer: Mathewson Elementary School & Community
Brian Smith
Milford's Ambassador and Radio Personality

Sue ‘Situpon’ Stevens
Volunteer: Camp Katoya/Camp Buddies & Pals – Girl Scouts of Connecticut
Francis Thompson
Principal: Jonathan Law High School
Mary Ann Wasil
President/CEO/Founder/Survivor: TheGet In Touch Foundation
Jimi Wright (youth)
Founder: Jam 4 Jimi's Friends
Soledad & Isabela Meade (youth)
Youth Entrepreneurs:The Rock On Girls