KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of April is Judy Loewe of Henderson. Judy volunteers her time in numerous ways around the community. She serves on the Sibley County Museum Board, chairs blood drives, helps out at the local food shelf, served on the Henderson Heritage Days committee, trims flowerbeds and shrubs around town, is active in her church choir, and much more. The Hometown Hero recognition is sponsored by KNUJ AM and FM and your New Ulm Hy-Vee. To nominate a Hometown Hero stop by the Hy-Vee customer service desk or our studios in New Ulm or Sleepy Eye, or by clicking HERE. The Hometown Hero for the month of April: Judy Loewe of Henderson.
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