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PRIDE Club Winner Category

2012-2013 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create PRIDE’s theme for 2013 and use the theme to design a T-shirt for the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup Winner: Casey Joe Stephens, a third-grader at Whitley City Elementary School McCreary Co. student designs 2013 Spring Cleanup T-shirt Casey Joe Stephens, a third-grade student at Whitley City Elementary School, was surprised to learn he won […]

2011-2012 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create PRIDE’s theme for 2012 and use the theme to design a T-shirt for the 2012 PRIDE Spring Cleanup Winner: Mackenzie Walden, a seventh-grader at Corbin Middle School Corbin Middle student wins for Spring Cleanup T-shirt design Mackenzie Walden, a seventh-grader at Corbin Middle School, won a contest to design the T-shirts that will […]

2010-11 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create PRIDE’s theme for 2011 and use the theme to design a T-shirt for the 2011 PRIDE Spring Cleanup Winner: Tayton Lewis, a fourth-grader at Stinnett Elementary School Leslie County student designs region’s PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirts HYDEN, KY — Tayton Lewis, a fourth-grader at Stinnett Elementary School, won a contest to design the […]

2009-10 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create PRIDE’s theme for 2010 and use the theme to design a T-shirt for the 2010 PRIDE Spring Cleanup. Out of 743 contest entries, the design by Grant Bryant, a fourth-grader at Mt. Vernon Elementary School, was selected as the winner.

2008-09 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create PRIDE’s theme for 2009 and use the theme to design a T-shirt for the 2009 PRIDE Spring Cleanup. Out of 600 contest entries, the winner was Kelsi Felts, an eighth-grader at Whitley County Middle School. PRIDE honors Kelsi Felts for her help with Spring Cleanup Month in April Congressman Hal Rogers (KY-5) presented […]

2007-08 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Educate your community about an environmental concern and how to solve it. The winner was Corbin Middle School. The PRIDE Club members educated their school and community about simple changes around the home make a difference in the environment. Examples of their education efforts included sponsoring an anti-littering pledge drive and creating a “Go […]

2006-07 PRIDE Club Winner

2006-2007 PRIDE Club Project: An Expedition into Your Environmental Past The PRIDE initiative celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2007. The 2006-2007 PRIDE Club Project was designed to give students a central role in commemorating this milestone. Students could be the lead investigators in the region-wide PRIDE Oral History Project. This ambitious project  collected stories about […]

2005-06 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Select a new PRIDE mascot to represent Kentucky’s threatened and endangered species. The winner of the mascot contest was Johnson County’s Central Elementary School. Meet the new mascot, Hal the Eagle, and the rest of the “EDU Crew”.

2004-2005 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Create an idea for a PSA convincing people to dispose of their trash responsibly. The winner of the PSA Contest was North Laurel Middle (Laurel County).  

2003-04 PRIDE Club Winner

Contest: Design a license plate or sticker that illustrates the concept of PRIDE. Burnside Elementary (Pulaski County) won the sticker design contest, and the winning license plate was designed by Meece Middle (Pulaski County).To see the winning designs, click here.

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