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Good works grace our communities


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 01, 2013

~~<p>Many people in Hawaii are heroes in the shadows. They are not familiar to the general population, but their passion is well known to those in their energetic orbit. As we start a new year today, it's all about renewal &mdash; of body, spirit and mind. It's also about best intentions to make our world and community a better place to live.</p>
<p>Much inspiration for such good intentions was found in recent profiles of the Star-Advertiser's 2012 Heroes Next Door: Six people nominated by friends or neighbors who stood out for their positive deeds and attitudes. Working selflessly and without fanfare for those in need, they embody that simple yet special touch that can transform the ordinary into extraordinary.</p>
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Many people in Hawaii are heroes in the shadows. They are not familiar to the general population, but their passion is well known to those in their energetic orbit. As we start a new year today, it's all about renewal — of body, spirit and mind. It's also about best intentions to make our world and community a better place to live.

Much inspiration for such good intentions was found in recent profiles of the Star-Advertiser's 2012 Heroes Next Door: Six people nominated by friends or neighbors who stood out for their positive deeds and attitudes. Working selflessly and without fanfare for those in need, they embody that simple yet special touch that can transform the ordinary into extraordinary. Login for more...



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