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Green County joins PRIDE education program

Green County teachers will have an aid in environmental education this year, thanks to a partnership agreement signed Jan. 18, 2013.  The agreement established Green County’s PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Program. The program’s goals are to help students prepare for state science tests and develop life-long environmental stewardship skills. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, […]

Waste Connections of Kentucky sponsors PRIDE Spring Cleanup

Waste Connections presents ceremonial check to PRIDE

Waste Connections of Kentucky has donated $24,000 to support the annual PRIDE Spring Cleanup, which is a community service event in southern and eastern Kentucky.Waste Connections contributed $8,000 for the 2012 PRIDE Spring Cleanup and has now committed to give $8,000 in 2013 and again in 2014.The three donations earned Waste Connections recognition as the […]

Make your New Year’s Resolutions with PRIDE

Make your New Year's Resolutions with PRIDE

Looking for New Year’s Resolutions that you can keep? Here are some suggestions.  SPEND MORE TIME OUTDOORS. Folks, we are blessed to be surrounded by trees, fields, creeks, lakes, hills, hollers, mountains, and wildlife. Other people drive hours to walk, hike, boat, or ride in the scenery in our backyards. In 2013, let’s soak it […]

Corbin’s Lt. Col. Rick McClure is region’s top PRIDE volunteer

Amy Allen, Lt. Col. Rick McClure, Mark Davis

In honor of his dedication to the annual Laurel Lake Cleanup, Lt. Col. Rick McClure has been named southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month for January 2013.Until his retirement in November 2012, McClure was the JROTC Senior Instructor and French teacher at Corbin High School.“Rick has been active in the annual cleanup […]

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