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The acts of good neighbors in our community often go unnoticed. The Good Neighbor Award is a monthly feature highlighting the everyday acts of selflessness among everyday people!  Whatever the gesture, big or small, we want to hear about it!  Visit the KUAM News website or APP and let us know who is deserving of the award and why!   Whether they helped someone in need, unwittingly did something heroic, or did something to put a smile on someone’s face - anything counts.  

One person’s story will be featured  on KUAM News Weekend Edition and KUAM Digital Media every month.  Title Guaranty will also reward the monthly “Good Neighbor” winner with a cash prize to go towards a local charity of their choice.  The Good Neighbor Award is presented by Title Guaranty.

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