Jan 30, 2015 5:06 PM
CONCORD - The New Hampshire Red Cross has announced its selections for the heroes to be honored at the annual Heroes Breakfast at Southern New Hampshire University on March 5.
Among those being honored is journalist and Wolfeboro native James Foley, who was killed by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militants while working in Syria back in Aug. 2014.
The rest of the heroes being honored this year are as follows:
Officers Stephen Arkell and Derek Franek
Tara Holmes Ball
Mike and Gloria Caponera
For more information on the event, follow this link to the Red Cross' website.
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