From dog walking and playing fetch to helping with administrative tasks in the office, Caring for Creatures volunteer Connie Seyller is doing her part to help make a difference for dogs and cats at their Fluvanna County animal sanctuary. She's this week's hero.
One Louisa County teacher is receiving a big honor for educating and inspiring high school students. In this week's Stephanie's Heroes, CBS19's Stephanie Satchell is featuring Jelita Hopkins. She teaches theater and chorus and is now the 2013 "Educator of the Year" in Louisa.
A group of Woodbrook Elementary School students is working on a special project to put an end to bullying and social isolation. In this week's Stephanie's Heroes, the 4th grade Destination Imagination team is hoping to bring students together with the help of some new creative activities.
One local senior dance group is showing off their fancy footwork for a good cause. In this week's Stephanie's Heroes the Silver Steppers of The Senior Center in Charlottesville are tap dancing around the community hoping to inspire and uplift students and the elderly.
A University of Virginia football player is giving back in a big way with a lifesaving donation. David Marrs recently donated stem cells to help save an elderly woman's life.
April is Autism Awareness month and one Greene County teacher is launching a special project to help students with autism and the rest of the school come together. In this week's Stephanie's Heroes CBS19's Stephanie Satchell is featuring Ruckersville Elementary School autism teacher Serena Forrest.
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