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Lawrenceburg girl, Rising Sun mom to be awarded Hero of Character

Both went above and beyond when needs arose

(CINCINNATI) -- This is Steven Harmeyer and myself along with two local families received wonderful news on Monday night!

This past summer, the Character Council of Greater Cincinnati reached out to The 812.

The organization had been spotlighting Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky residents who make a substantial difference in their communities.

They asked if I knew anyone that deserves to be nominated as one of their "Heroes of Character" in Southeast Indiana.

My answer was to give me a few months. Before long, there were two local residents that I met who very much deserve recognition from people beyond our area.

Fast forward to Monday night, the Character Council unveiled their 2024 Heroes of Character.

Two local residents will be recognized across the Tri-State for the difference they've made in their community!

Here's who they are:

Brylee Haring

Central Elementary fifth grader Brylee Haring found out her teacher was diagnosed with cancer back in August. The young student knew she had to do something to help. She created a fundraiser all by herself and this was the result:

Abby Fox

Like many parents, Abby was horrified by the school shooting in Nashville, Tennessee, last year. The Rising Sun mother could have complained about outdated camera technology at Rising Sun Schools, but she made it her mission to do it herself - and the small community stepped up in a big way. Here's what happened:

Brylee is one of only 11 students and Abby is one of only 21 adults that will be honored during the Character Council's Heroes of Character “Be the Change” Celebration on April 11 in Sharonville, Ohio.


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