- Mayor George Primeau
- Epifanio Tamburrino
- Mike Turner
- Jamie DeMartino
- Nicole Moyer
- Scott Brueckner
- Olin O Bleau
- Columbia High School Athletic Department
- Hather Jablonski
- Tess Collins
- Duanesburg Elementary School
- Sue and Gino Winslow
- Meredith Attanasio
- Dylan Utter
- George Svingala
- Ron Tavarez Making Differences
- Douglas Rogers
- Welcome Home Colonel Kelly Hilland!
- Happy Birthday Anthony Bowen!
- We Will Miss You Jomo!
- Don and Diane Blakeslee
- Dave Jones
- Joe Hart
- Laura Giorgi
We all have something to learn from Joe Hart of Troy.
Joe has always struggled with cerebral palsy, but has never let that stop him from doing the things he loves. Joe worked hard through high-school, and made tons of friends. His kindness is contagious.
Joe just received his bachelor's degree in business from Southern Vermont College while working part-time at a local Price Chopper corralling carts and returnables. This is beyond impressive considering his situation.
Joe is now looking for a full-time job, but his speech makes the interviewing process difficult.
Regardless, Joe has never used his disease as an excuse, and is always reaching for the stars.
Joe is a prime example of perseverance. He not only deserves a job, he deserves this week's Saturday shout out.
Please join me in supporting Joe during his job hunt. Perhaps you know someone that could help him out? If you do, please e-mail Jennifer Mullen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, please join CBS6 in congratulating Joe on his beautiful attitude towards life.
"The quality of a person's life is the sum total of the character, good or not so good, of the people whom he has inspired and motivated, directly and indirectly, with his living standard and lifestyle."
Joe was nominated by his Uncle Don.
If you know someone that deserves a CBS6 Saturday Shout-Out, e-mail
Jennifer Mullen your nomination letter and a picture of the person
you're nominating to email@example.com. Also make sure to check out some of our previous Saturday Shout-Outs by clicking here.