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  • Unsung Hero: Barbara Beck

    Barbara Beck of Monroe has been recognized as a SPIRIT 105.3 “Unsung Hero.” Read More
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  • SPIRIT 105.3 Recognizes an Unsung Hero

    Read how a 5-Year Old Makes a Difference during the Oso Mudslides

    When parents, Ron & Tami, were talking to their kindergartener about the tragedy of the Snohomish County mudslides, Faith was eager to find a way to help the families involved. After hearing about the devastating news, Faith started writing notes and drawing pictures for the families affected. Thus began the “Kids Caring for Oso” campaign. Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Todd McNeal

    Todd McNeal of Mill Creek provides a safe environment for kids in need.

    With a servant’s heart and a passion for others, Todd is a shining example of the “SPIRIT of Seattle.” It’s an honor and a privilege to recognize him as one of our “Unsung Heroes.” Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Rita Tuck

    Rita Tuck of Mill Creek has been recognized as a SPIRIT 105.3 “Unsung Hero.” To her friend Jeni, Rita is known as “a person that model’s God’s love and mercy for people… Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Carolyn van der Meulen

    Many seniors in high school at this time of year are taking their SAT’s, applying to colleges, juggling extracurricular activities with a part-time job, and soaking up precious time with good friends. Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Teresa Dillard

    Many might see Teresa’s job as emotionally and physically draining, but this month’s “Unsung Hero” takes it one-step further. Teresa shows unconditional love and compassion to the visitors of the Compass Housing Alliance as if they are family. Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Bob Snyder

    It is estimated that Bob and his team of volunteers gather up to two tons of food every week, to feed hundreds of mouths on Wednesdays. The meals that come out of Annie’s Community Kitchen is... Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Nikki Gane

    Hope, joy, dignity and the beginning of transformation is what you can find in a small purple bag that an organization titled *Dignity for Divas* provides homeless women on the streets of Seattle. Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Barbara Gilreath

    Barbara Gilreath of Seatac has been recognized as a SPIRIT 105.3 “Unsung Hero.” As a Chaplain for several South King County precincts and the Director of Grief & Community Resources for... Read More
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  • Unsung Hero: Mavis Bonnar

    Thousands of at risk teenagers struggle on the streets of Seattle looking for a meal, a warm place to stay, kindness and hope for a better life. Read More
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  • Unbalanced Loads

    The other night, I was spending a quiet evening relaxing alone at home, when all of sudden I heard a loud clanking noise downstairs. My first thought was “What in the world did my cats knock over that would make such a racket?!” Then I realized that the kitties were upstairs with me. They had wide eyes and cautiously crept into the hallway to peer through the banister railings to investigate what was making such a clatter. Read More

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