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Pulaski County homeowners’ group takes charge

Garland Bend Homeowners Association, Pulaski County, PRIDE Volunteer of theh Month Award, Jan 01

The Garland Bend Homeowners Association accepted the PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award on Dec. 20. The group has volunteered to clean the Garland Bend area of Pulaski County regularly for nearly two decades, restoring its scenic beauty. “We thank the Garland Bend Homeowners Association for picking up roadside litter in their neighborhood every month […]

Trash into treasure: Christmas ornaments crafted from lures to benefit PRIDE

By combining her volunteer spirit and artistic talent, Barbara Begley has created unique decorations to adorn Christmas trees and support PRIDE. Begley fashions one-of-a-kind ornaments from the lures and bobbers she collects while volunteering to pick up litter at Laurel River Lake. She just recently decided to sell her hand-crafted treasures, and she plans to […]

Green Frog Gazette – 2011, Issue 2

Click here to view the interactive Virtual Magazine edition of the Green Frog Gazette – 2011, Issue 2 Topics: Your PRIDE Environmental Education Contracts add up to $135,525 Your PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Liaisons start work Your stories and photos Resources for you: calendar, grant opportunities, recognition programs, […]

Award goes to Leslie County volunteer fire departments

Leslie County Fire Chief Association, PRIDE Volunteer of the Month, December 2011

For their long-standing commitment to leading local cleanups, Leslie County’s six volunteer fire departments have earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award. The award was presented to the Leslie County Fire Chiefs Association, which represents the six fire departments. The fire chiefs are Johnny Kilburn of Wooton VFD, Michael Joseph of […]

Pikeville High Panther PRIDE Club promotes recycling

Pikeville High School Panther PRIDE Club, Education Project of the Month Award, Dec. 2011

For educating their community about why and how to recycle, the Pikeville High School Panther PRIDE Club has earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award. “Recycling is an easy way for anyone to help our environment and economy, and the Panther PRIDE Club found ways […]

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