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Laurel Co. Extension hosts 4-H Eco Ed-venture for 738 students

Laurel County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Kim Whitson accepted the PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award from PRIDE’s Mark Davis.

The Laurel County Extension Service treated 738 students in grades 4-7 to a 4-H Eco EDventures Day, which was named the region’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month for September 2012. From Aug. 28 until Aug. 31, teachers brought 28 classes to the JM Feltner 4-H Camp to spend one day at Eco EDventures. […]

Wolfe County, Forest Service and PRIDE team up to clean up

Logos of U.S. Forest Service and Eastern Kentucky PRIDE

We are pleased to announce a partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and Wolfe County Fiscal Court that will improve the quality of water flowing from Campton toward the Red River Gorge. Together, we will remove trash along Swift Camp Creek, a tributary of the Red River. The four-mile cleanup will begin near the city’s […]

PRIDE Progress – 2012, Issue 2

View your latest PRIDE Progress to celebrate the Spring Cleanup results, discover new PRIDE programs, enjoy good news across our region, and honor our PRIDE Volunteers of the Month and PRIDE Environmental Education Projects of the Month. Click here to view the e-newsletter

Wolfe County’s Ashley Bowman is region’s top volunteer

Ashley Bowman accepted PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award from Tammie Wilson

A Wolfe County public servant was named southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month for September 2012. Ashley Bowman, who is the county’s Solid Waste Coordinator, earned the honor for his leadership as the county’s PRIDE Coordinator, which is a volunteer position. “Ashley, we have been so impressed by your passion for Wolfe […]

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