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Saturday May 30th, 2020 7:43PM

Tell us about 'Good Neighbors' who are helping out during crisis

By AccessWDUN staff

We are living in a time of uncertainly and anxiety. We’re learning to work from home, or, worse, we’re learning that we’re not working at all. We are socially distancing ourselves from our friends and family. We’re worried about a virus that doctors are still learning about.

Still, we know there is a lot of good going on in North Georgia, as people step up to help to each other. Maybe you know someone who is sewing masks for hospitals. Maybe you know someone who is grocery shopping for an elderly neighbor. Maybe you know someone who’s pitching in to provide food for health care workers and first responders.

We want to hear these stories for a new feature we are calling “Good Neighbors.” Nominate someone you know who is going above and beyond to help in this time of crisis. Send their story to us by emailing news@jacobsmedia.net. We’ll share the best stories with our audience online and on the air.

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  • Associated Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, people helping people, Good Neighbors
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