Who’s Who in SC Parish?

Nominate your friends for our PEOPLE'S CHOICE award

Staff Report
February 21, 2007 at 3:04 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Who's Who in St. Charles Parish? You tell us.

Simply nominate your candidate in a few descriptive paragraphs of 100 words less for inclusion in the Herald-Guide's new People's Choice: Who's Who in St. Charles Parish column. We'll do the rest.

Be sure to include your name and a telephone number where we can reach you during normal business hours.

What qualifies someone to be a People's Choice: Who's Who? That's entirely up to you.

Generally speaking, candidates should be good citizens who have contributed to their friends, families, churches or the community in ways that are important to you. Maybe your nominee always makes it a point to help a friend in need or volunteers for organizations or worthy causes. Maybe he makes it a point to donate money to charities.

Perhaps she has a kind word and smile for everyone she meets - or makes the world a better place simply by being in it.

This is not a contest. All People's Choice: Who's Who nominees will appear in the Herald-Guide based exclusively on your nomination.

Your name will appear, too, as the person who made the nomination. Send your nominations for age groups 14 to 25, 26 to 45, and 45 to 60, and 60-up to:

heatherb@heraldguide.com




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