This month, Hughes and Coleman have selected Pat Witcher as the Hometown Hero Hero of the Month. She serves not only as a coach for the Allen County Special Olympics, but she provides a friendship for the athletes.
On the first Sunday of every month, Hughes and Coleman will choose a previously recognized Hometown Hero to receive a $500 check for their favorite charity or organization, honoring them as the Hughes and Coleman Hero of the Month.
A woman who had a goal to simply give back to her community of Franklin and help improve the lives of others. Jane Lewis and her husband Mickey started Hope Haven to give someone a chance when everyone else has given up.
jeff reed has brought incredible talents to our community ... with a passion for creating and conducting some of the most beautiful sounds ... we honor jeff reed as this week's hughes and coleman hometown hero.
They say actions speak louder than words. The words serve as the inspiration, but the action is where things really happen. Ron Wolf has been an employee at BGMU for 26 years, but even after so many years, his urge to serve hasn't wavered.
Gina Powell may serve as the Coordinator of The Youth Service Center at South Warren Middle and High School, but she takes her job to the next level by caring for the kids all the way from the school walls to their homes.