8-60 AM/FM 97-3 KNUJ/Sam 107-3 and your New Ulm Hy-Vee announce this month’s hometown hero: Brad Deboer, of Winthrop. Brad has worn many hats and his contributions to the community are quite numerous. A member of the Lafayette area Lions and has served two terms as president, Brad also received the highest award given by the Lions International Foundation for all he’s done and given to the community: The Melvin Jones Fellowhsip Award. He has served as Lions District Zone Chairman serving St. Peter, Nicollet, Courtland, Gibbon, Winthrop and Lafayette Lions Clubs and was named Zone Person of the Year. One of his greatest accomplishments is with the Lafayette area ambulance service. He has given countless volunteer hours for 42 years and was President for 13 years. Deboer is also involved with Fields of Grace Lutheran Church, Mason’s club member and 4-H. Our latest hometown hero Brad Deboer, of Winthrop, will receive a Hy-Vee gift card and be honored at a luncheon this fall. 860 AM KNUJ/Sam 107-3 and Hy-Vee would like to acknowledge those in your community, neighborhood, organization that give the most precious gift-time to worthwhile causes, helping those less fortunate, rescuing efforts in an emergency situation. We welcome nominations from a 10 county area. Get information at the service counter of your New Ulm Hy-Vee, knuj.net, or at the KNUJ/Sam 107-3 studios in New Ulm and Sleepy Eye. Help us share the stories of hometown heroes throughout the KNUJ/Sam 107 listening area.


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