Brattleboro native awarded for bravery during pandemic

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BRATTLEBORO — Meghan Cotter, who grew up in Brattleboro and has been working with COVID-19 patients throughout the pandemic, was recognized recently by JetBlue Airways for her "bravery during the pandemic." Cotter attended the Georgetown School of Nursing and currently works as a traveling nurse in California. JetBlue held a contest asking people to submit nominations for bravery during the pandemic. Cotter was nominated by a friend and received two tickets to anywhere JetBlue flies. "We are very proud of Meghan's bravery throughout this pandemic," her parents, Robert and Lesley Cotter of Brattleboro, said in a statement.



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