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Famous Heroes

Features biographies on Anne Frank, Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman, George Washington Carver, Susan B. Anthony, Sam Houston, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, William Travis, and others

Ordinary people doing extra-ordinary things...
It just isn't true--all men (and of course, women, too) are NOT created equal". 

Yes, all men and women are created, but there are only a handful of individuals who possess the gift of courageous spirit and love. This gift allows them to sacrifice themselves for strangers, neighbors and their community. 

These individuals are ordinary people doing extraordinary things. They serve as a symbol of what we should be doing to make this a better place to live.

Join us in recognizing these extraordinary deeds, actions and achievements.  If you have a story, why not post it here to encourage others?

In the meanwhile, read about uncommon folk who became heroes because of their strength of character.  

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Crime busters...
Crime can sap the life right out of our community. Unchecked, it is like a cancer spreading through the body causing irreversible destruction.

Meet ordinary citizens who make crime fighting a way of life in order to protect and preserve their communities.

New citizens...
I never thought about the benefits of being a U.S. citizen or how fortunate it is to be one.

When I was in grade school, and uttered the words " I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America", it really didn't mean anything at the time. It was just a routine class exercise.

Now, I realize the value of being a U.S. citizen. When immigrants utter these words to become US citizens, the pledge makes it official for them. Congratulate our newest U.S. citizens.

Neighborhood associations...
Neighbors are uniting like never before. Most of us have already established a good relationship with our next-door neighbors.

But, what about the neighbors five doors down, or even ten doors down. How about the neighbors that live on the next block or live on the property behind us?

Isn't it time that you started ringing doorbells, and knocking on doors to initiate the dialogue? 

Well, there's no better time than the present. If you're not  already a member, phone, fax or email your neighborhood association or block club. 

After that, share your stories about your neighborhood events and the activities that your neighborhood group is involved in.

Neighborhood resource centers...
Have you taken notice of the non-profit organizations, social and professional organizations serving your community? 

These organizations are about people helping people by providing a network of support and encouragement when life throws you a curve ball or if you're looking for wholesome social events.

Share your stories about the resources available in your community or your efforts to volunteer. 

Updated 08/20/2004


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