Hot off the press: More Secret Santa stories and videos.
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Blaze McDonald was caught volunteering at the kitchen. Click here to see the video.
Marcello Moreno found a lost cell phone and contacted police to get it returned to the owner. Click here to see the video..
Sara Huddleston was recognized for her many contributions in the community. Sara has often been the voice of reason which helped get someone home safely and prevented them from spending a night in jail. Click here to see the video.
And Sarah Graham, who was nominated by her fellow workers for all of the great work she does at St. Johns Hospital. Click here to see the video.
We also recognized these ER Nurses Shana Wetzler, Kelly Hatch, Whitney Ryan, Kara Kuelen, and Emily Budner on Christmas day for all of their hard work. Click here to see the video.
We often overlook all of the good people who do their job exceptionally every day. So we wanted to recognize three of the waitresses at Bubba's for their great work and their kindness. So we gave Stacie Jones, Patricia Jones, and Rodostina Dimcheva a little cash to make their holidays a little brighter. Click here to see the video.
And sometimes it's just about helping someone in need. When this little girl's sister passed out while shopping, Sgt. Michelle Weber helped her buy presents while her mom was busy with the EMTs and her sister. The remaining change went to mom, to help with the rest of Christmas. Click here to see the video.
We also appreciated Megan Kenny's attitude toward fulfilling her civic duty, even though she might have had better things to do. Click here to see the video.
At the Good Samaritan Mission we were able to share a little holiday cheer with both those in need and those who volunteer to help those in need. Click here to see the video.
Olivia Bautista and Granny Olvera are just two more examples of great people being helpful and doing an exceptional job. Click here to see the video.
Ray Brence is another person who is always so helpful to everyone he sees as an airport host. We thought he deserved to be recognized for his fantastic attitude and cheery disposition. Click here to see the video.
Donna Hall went above and beyond when she helped a stranger in crisis. We certainly thought she deserved a little recognition for her efforts and willingness to help someone in need. Click here to see the video.
Monserrat Garcia got our attention when she helped her neighbor. Click here to see the video.
Sometimes it's the little acts that mean the most and get our attention. Taylor Seeley just bought someone a drink. But it was the thought for someone else's welfare that garnered our attention. Click here to see the video.
And then there are those who got our attention by helping the police. Like Frank Wilson, one of the door men at the Cowboy, who has helped us on more than one occasion. Click here to see the video.
Hank Smith is a night delivery driver for the Jackson Hole News and Guide. While on his delivery route he contacted the police regarding another driver he thought might need our help. We can't be everywhere and don't see everything, so we appreciate the help we receive from the public. Click here to see the video.
When little Porter Dennison's mother was contacted by police he greeted the officer with excitement and made the officer's day a little brighter. So the officer returned the favor with a little left over holiday money. Click here to see the video.
And then this happened: Town of Jackson plow truck driver John King was called out on Christmas eve to clear the way for firefighters responding to a structure fire in Wilson; no one from the private sector could be reached. This was clearly above and beyond the call of duty. Click here to see the video.