Eastern Kentucky PRIDE

Personal Responsibility in a Desirable Environment

Visit Us on Facebook Visit Us on Flickr Visit Us on YouTube

The Archives

Corbin Middle student wins for Spring Cleanup T-shirt design

Congressman Hal Rogers and Mackenzie Walden, PRIDE Volunteer of the Month March 2012

Mackenzie Walden, a seventh-grader at Corbin Middle School, won a contest to design the T-shirts that will be given to thousands of volunteers during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. She is the daughter of Leigh and Lonnie Walden. Mackenzie’s T-shirt design featured the slogan, “Saving Our World, One Cleanup at a Time.” Her idea […]

Goose Rock Elementary PRIDE Club promotes energy conservation

Goose Rock Elementary School - PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award - Jan 2012

For inspiring students to think about energy efficiency, the Goose Rock Elementary School PRIDE Club in Clay County earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award. The PRIDE Club, which explores environmental issues and performs community service, organized a contest to decorate classroom doors with energy-conservation themes. The club named […]

MSU student Amir Ahmadi is region’s top volunteer

Amir Ahmadi PRIDE Volunteer of the Month February 2012

Amir Ahmadi, a student at Morehead State University, has earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award. “Amir volunteers to make a difference himself, and he motivates others to do the same, which adds up to a visible, long-lasting change in the environment,” said PRIDE’s Tammie Wilson. “We thank Amir for his […]

Find Us On Facebook

Join Our Mailing List!

* indicates required

Upcoming Events