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Better Delmarva Award
The WMDT/Mountaire Better Delmarva Award is a monthly honor designed to highlight local individuals, businesses, civic organizations or classrooms who are going above and beyond in their effort to assist others in the community or to improve and protect the local environment. Each month a winner is chosen by a Mountaire selection committee from submitted nominations.
Each winner receives an engraved crystal trophy and will be highlighted in WMDT-TV commercial vignettes, on select www.wmdt.com web features and on www.mountaire.com.
Our goal is not only to recognize those who are already making a difference on the Delmarva Peninsula, but to encourage others to take on a greater role in bettering their local communities or improving the local environment. A fireman, policeman, or anyone who is an active volunteer at community events, helping others in a local hospital, teaching in a classroom, providing for the homeless, or something as simple as cleaning up the trash along our roadways, can be a candidate for this award.
If you would like to nominate someone for the Mountaire Better Delmarva Award please click here to bring up the nomination form. We will also encourage you to send photos of the nominee in action. These photos will be used online and in the commercial vignettes. All photos can be sent to Brian Patey at email@example.com
This Month's Winner is:
Home of the Brave Founder Tina Pearson
The Home of the Brave’s mission is to support America’s returning combat veterans and their families by providing a relaxing environment where they can reconnect after military service.
Inspiration for Home of the Brave came in 2009 after a conversation between founder Tina Pearson and a friend who had served in Iraq. This Army veteran shared the difficulties of getting to know her young son again after she returned home from deployment. The soldier's story made Tina wonder what could have been done to make the transition easier. What if she offered her quiet country home as a getaway for service families to share a week of relaxing time together...for the full story click here