The Duran Group Powered by Re/MAX Legacy Hometown Hero award for the month of July is underway. We have three nominees that are absolutely amazing. Vote for who you think should be named the Duran Group Powered by Re/MAX Legacy Hometown Hero for July.

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According to the nominator, Tiffany Painter has fostered many children in her home over the years while also going to school and working full time. The nominator said that even when the foster children are no longer with her in her home she is always checking on them and making sure they have birthday and Christmas presents. The nominator said she loves these children and makes sure they know it.

Margarida Aguiar

According to the nominator, Margarida is 80 years old and never stops helping the community whether it is in the soup kitchen or by keeping her door open for those who depend on meals. The nominator said she decorates, cooks, and does everything for her church and the Portuguese Hall. The nominator said she is always looking for ways to help the community.

-Joshua Burnside

According to the nominator, Joshua has made his goal to help veterans in the community. Josh created a ranch for veterans as well as the general public. The nominator said the ranch is called Hiatus Ranch and it is open for people to get a hiatus from life. The nominator also said he is constantly doing something for someone or an animal in need.

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