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Lee County’s Robert Johnson honored for helping neighbor

Lee County’s Robert Johnson accepted southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award from Sandy Gay, PRIDE officer and Lee County Conservation District Program Coordinator.

PRIDE and the Lee County Conservation District honored Robert Johnson for being a good neighbor. “It means so much when a neighbor helps someone who needs it, seeking no personal gain for himself,” said Sandy Gay, who is the Conservation District Program Coordinator and a PRIDE officer. She surprised Johnson with the PRIDE Volunteer of […]

Bluebird web cam a hit in Lee County Schools

Congressman Hal Rogers presented the PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award to Lee County High School students and faculty.

The Lee County High School PRIDE Club recently earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award. Congressman Hal Rogers, who co-founded PRIDE, presented a plaque to students and faculty on Monday, Aug. 19. “Our PRIDE Club students continue to raise the bar in environmental education and unique nature projects,” said […]

Young and elderly volunteers plant butterfly garden in Beattyville

Beattyville Elementary School PRIDE Club members with a few of the Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center who helped plant a butterfly garden

At a truly special event on May 9, Beattyville Elementary School students and residents of the Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center planted a butterfly garden and released live butterflies at the center, overlooking the Kentucky River near Beattyville.The 19 fourth and fifth graders who participated were members of the BES PRIDE Club, which explores […]

Education Project of the Month: Bird’s-eye view at Lee County High

Lee County High School wins PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award, October 2011

For giving students a bird’s-eye view of nesting, the Lee County High School PRIDE Club earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award for October 2011. The PRIDE Club, with assistance from the school district’s technology coordinator, installed a webcam in a bluebird nesting box on campus. […]

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