She Is a Classic
You all know her. When she hears about heartache, she rolls up the sleeves of her (classic) blouse and goes to work feeding the homeless, rescuing abused animals, welcoming refugees, teaching kids to read, ministering to the imprisoned, cleaning up rivers, and comforting the dying. She's the first to open her heart and the last to look for accolades.
To her we dedicate our November issue, which celebrates our second annual Classic Woman Awards. We know you'll be bowled over by this year's honorees, nominated by you from across the country, profiled here, and honored at a ceremony in New York City on October 12.
These dedicated women are proving that you can change the world, by starting in your own little corner of it. We are pleased to present to you our 2006 Classic Women Award honorees.