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Stow, MA
United States

I volunteer to help victims of domestic violence, which has worsened during the pandemic. I admire their resilience and ways of standing up to those who would attempt to use power and control over them!


Fitchburg, MA
United States

Fitchburg Art Steward, Keep Fitchburg Beautiful member, Stratton Players lifetime member, New Players Theatre Guild member, Rollstone Congregational Church member. I keep the yards clean year round at Rollstone Congregational Church, Stratton Players' building and New Players Theater Guild's.


Shrewsbury, MA
United States

I organized my cousins to do a covid friendly caroling party for my aunts and uncles living alone during the holidays. We traveled from house to house and serenaded them outside their doors.

We are lake rats so we have spent covid on paddleboards, knee boards, boats and skis.


Blackstone, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I always use people's names (especially if they are wearing a name tag) and look them in the eye. Treating people as people rather than "cashier" or other occupation title.


Holden, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I try to be a good mentor and role-model for my children and my students.
Why are you participating?: 

Because I have faith that we are all better off when we really see, hear and talk to one another.


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