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The Jefferson Awards recognizes dedication and service of volunteers who transform lives and strengthen communities across the United States. WKOW is proud to bring the Jefferson Awards to Wisconsin. If someone you know is making a difference in our community and deserves recognition, click READ MORE to nominate them by completing this online form.

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Jefferson Award Winner, July 2017: Jen Roman Video included

Jefferson Award winner helps girls become heroes.

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Jefferson Award Winner, June 2017: Dawn Crim Video included

For years, a Madison woman has been helping to shape leaders in the African American community.

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Jefferson Award winner, May 2017: Fritz Kruger Video included

For decades, a Fitchburg man has been feeding the hungry. 

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Jefferson Award Winner, April 2017: Joanne Gladden

A volunteer from Oregon is providing comfort and dignity to many as they enter their final stages of life.

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Jefferson Award Winner, March 2017: Will Green

This month's Jefferson Award winner is passionate about leading youth down the right path and over the last decade he's helped thousands of kids stay on course. 

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Jefferson Award winner, February 2017: Taylor Kilgore

February's Jefferson Award winner helps shape young minds at Simpson Street Free Press.

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Jefferson Award Winner, January 2017: Lynne Toseff

Lynne Toseff has been serving her community for decades.

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Jefferson Award winner, December 2016: Nancy Daly

In the midst of a cold Wisconsin winter, comes a shining light of warmth.

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Jefferson Award winner, November 2016: Bonnie Moschkau

Bonnie Moschkau has felt a call to service since she was young, led by her faith and family.

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Jefferson Award winner, October 2016: Maia Beirne

A teenager from Oregon is inspiring her classmates to help others. 

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Jefferson Award winner, September 2016: Monica Kamal

This month's Jefferson Award winner breaks down barriers for people with disabilities and has earned national recognition for her lifetime achievements.

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