There is still more than a week left to nominate that special someone for this year's Feltham Citizen of the Year awards.
The 2008 awards were a huge success and rewarded some amazing members of the community, who really went that extra mile to help others.
Last year's winners were Graham Littlefield, Good Neighbour Award 2008, James Fallon, Young Citizen of the Year 2008, and Doris Stone, Volunteer of the Year 2008.
The 2009 awards, organised by The Centre in Feltham and backed by your Hounslow Chronicle, are set to be another fantastic community event.
We all know kind-hearted people who go out of their way to help others in times of need or crisis.
If you know someone who helps others and expects nothing in return, then nominate them for one of the Citizen of the Year categories, so their work can be recognised.
The awards are open to anyone in the Feltham area. They don't have to be well-known or involved in major events. It could be anyone, just as long as their efforts benefit those in need.
You can nominate your Citizen of the Year in one of four categories.
Young Citizen of the Year (up to 18) - a person who, despite their youth, helps out either the family or friends or gives up time to volunteer for a local charity.
Good Neighbour Award - someone who goes out of their way to help those close to them in the community, be it friends, family or neighbours.
Volunteer of the Year - someone who volunteers their time for free to either local or national charities.
Community Service Award - someone who has significantly aided the community, perhaps through dedication of their time, money, through their job or even an act of bravery.
One person from each category will be recognised for their work and then an overall winner will be chosen from the four winners to be crowned 'Citizen of the Year 2009' on Thursday, March 19.
Entries must be in by March 8, 2009, and the finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges, including Centre manager Lorraine Prideaux, Chronicle historian and long-time Feltham resident Eddie Menday and the paper's news editor, Daniel Lyons.
The winner of Citizen of the Year 2009 will receive £1,000 to donate to a charity of their choice, plus their name will be engraved on the Citizen of the Year plaque installed in the community building at The Centre, Feltham.
Know someone who fits the bill?