Colts, Anthem Blue Cross And Blue Shield Honor Zionsville 'Angel'


Indianapolis – For the 12th year, the Indianapolis Colts and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield will celebrate “Anthem Angels…Honoring Everyday Heroes,” Hoosier public and civil servants who have made community contributions beyond the call of duty, but may have received little public recognition.

One “Anthem Angel” is selected prior to each regular season home game. Each “Angel” receives four VIP tickets, a feature story in the Colts gameday magazine (The Scout) and on, as well as special recognition on the stadium big screen. 

The third “Anthem Angel” of 2019 is Christin Myers, of Zionsville, Ind.:

Christin is a social worker at an Indiana hospital and helps her patients improve their quality of life by assisting them with financial, behavioral, health and social issues. Christin has gone above and beyond to make the lives of those around her easier. She is also a part of a committee at her hospital that focuses on improving patient care and safety.

In addition to her full-time work, Christin volunteers in a practice council at her hospital helping improve processes throughout their unit, as well as create ways to show fellow coworkers how their hard work impacts the community. Christin loves helping people and trying to make a difference in the world. This passion also led her to become a foster parent.

The Colts will accept nominations for future “Angels” at through December 1. Nominees should be employed in human service-related professions, from first responders to educators and social workers. Nominations also must include a brief essay about the nominee, sharing their efforts that make him or her a hero.

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