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2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup Awards

Floyd County PRIDE Coordinator Ella Clay accepted the county's PRIDE Spring Cleanup Award from Congressman Hal Rogers (right), and she was congratulated by Jimmy Rose (left), a Pineville native who has attracted the national spotlight to the region while appearing on America’s Got Talent.

Floyd County PRIDE Coordinator Ella Clay accepted the county’s PRIDE Spring Cleanup Award from Congressman Hal Rogers (right), and she was congratulated by Jimmy Rose (left), a Pineville native who has attracted the national spotlight to the region while appearing on America’s Got Talent.

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We thank all the volunteers who participated in the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup.

We are grateful for the leadership shown by the schools, nonprofits, cities and counties that organized cleanup events and recruited volunteers.

We’re especially pleased with the strong showing by the communities that joined the PRIDE service area in 2013: Boyd County, Carter County, Elliott County and Lincoln County. Since this was their first Spring Cleanup, we gave a “Rookie of the Year Award” to the city and county that reported the most volunteers.

Congratulations to all winners of PRIDE Spring Cleanup Awards, which recognize outstanding volunteer recruitment.

Cities

Greatest Volunteer Participation, 1st Place:  City of Williamsburg

  • 40 White Appliances
  • 246 Bags of Trash
  • 786 Tons of Trash
  • 106 Volunteers
  • 1,272 Volunteer hours

Greatest Volunteer Participation, Runner Up:  City of Pineville

  • 4 Tires
  • 83 Bags of Trash
  • 99 Volunteers
  • 789 Volunteer Hours

Volunteer Recruitment Award (Greatest increase in number of volunteers from 2012 to 2013):  City of Brodhead

  • 81 Volunteers
  • 335 Volunteer hours

Rookie of the Year Award (Highest volunteer total for a first-time participant):  City of Catlettsburg

  • 16 Tons of trash
  • 91 Volunteers
  • 572 Volunteer hours

Counties

Greatest Volunteer Participation, 1st Place:  Wolfe County

  • 12 Tires
  • 903 Bags of trash
  • 164 Tons of trash
  • 2,200 Volunteers
  • 4,387 Volunteer hours

Greatest Volunteer Participation, Runner Up:  Jackson County

  • 109.98 Tons of trash
  • 1,379 Volunteers
  • 5,305 Volunteer hours

Volunteer Recruitment Award (Greatest increase in number of volunteers from 2012 to 2013):  Floyd County

  • 1.1 Tons of tires
  • 228.2 Tons of trash
  • 728 Volunteers
  • 1,073.5 Volunteer hours

Rookie of the Year Award (Highest volunteer total for a first-time participant):  Carter County

  • 84 Tons of Trash
  • 352 Volunteers
  • 2,032 Volunteer hours

Nonprofit Organizations

Greatest Volunteer Participation, 1st Place:  KCEOC Community Action Partnership

  • 10 Tires
  • 42 Bags of recyclables
  • 910 Bags of trash
  • 930 Volunteers
  • 1,395 Volunteer hours

Greatest Volunteer Participation, Runner Up:  Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency

  • 358 Volunteers
  • 150 Bags of recyclables
  • 10 Bags of trash

Schools

Greatest Volunteer Recruitment Award:  Corbin Primary

  • 600 Volunteers
  • 300 Volunteer hours

Volunteer Recruitment Award, 1st Runner Up:  Corbin Elementary

  • 400 Volunteers
  • 200 Volunteer hours

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