Nov 19, 2014 12:42 PM
CONCORD - The American Red Cross in New Hampshire is seeking Granite State nominations as part of its annual Heroes Breakfast in March.
The event honors ordinary people who have demonstrated extraordinary courage, compassion, bravery or selflessness. Kayleigh Robertson, communications and external relations director for the Red Cross in New Hampshire tells NH 1 last year's winner Robin Comstock witnessed a horrific accident and was able to pull the driver to safety.
Robertson says, although they pay attention to these stories all year in the news, its important to nominate heroic individuals, to be recognized.
To submit your nomination go to the Heroes Breakfast web page. The deadline is Dec. 5.
The annual Heroes Breakfast is scheduled for Thursday, March 5, from 7:30-9am at Southern New Hampshire University's Dining and Conference Facility.
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