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Pike County wins PRIDE volunteerism award

Photo by Jeanne Robinson. The Pike County PRIDE Clean Community Board accepted the county's trophy as Runner Up in recruiting volunteers during the 2015 PRIDE Spring Cleanup.

Pike County received a PRIDE trophy on Oct. 5, 2015, for outstanding volunteerism. Among 42 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky, Pike County was the Runner Up in recruiting volunteers during the 2015 PRIDE Spring Cleanup. Pike County recruited 846 Spring Cleanup volunteers. The county’s Spring Cleanup efforts netted 221 tons of trash, 5,323 bags […]

Golfers show their PRIDE in Pike County

The Pike County Clean Community Board and Jimmy Dale Sanders received appreciation awards from Congressman Hal Rogers at the PRIDE Golf Outing on Aug. 9.

Golfers enjoyed Pike County’s beautiful scenery while they were raising money to keep it clean during the second annual PRIDE Golf Outing, which was held Aug. 9 at Elk Creek Golf Course in Pikeville.PRIDE and the Pike County Clean Community Board hosted the outing. They will invest the proceeds in PRIDE activities that improve the […]

Upper Chloe Improvement Club spring cleans in Pike County

Congressman Hal Rogers with members of the Upper Chloe Creek Improvement Club

Upper Chloe Creek in Pike County is a beautiful place, and the people who live there make sure it stays that way.Since 1980, residents have joined forces as the Upper Chloe Improvement Club. Every spring, they volunteer to clean and beautify the roads and creeks in the area. Kenneth and Gerrie Kinder organize the club’s […]

Pikeville High Panther PRIDE Club promotes recycling

Pikeville High School Panther PRIDE Club, Education Project of the Month Award, Dec. 2011

For educating their community about why and how to recycle, the Pikeville High School Panther PRIDE Club has earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award. “Recycling is an easy way for anyone to help our environment and economy, and the Panther PRIDE Club found ways […]

Congratulations PRIDE Volunteer of the Month: Clay Johnson, Pike County

Clay Johnson and fellow PRIDE Club members

Clay Johnson, a sixth-grade student at Virgie Middle School, earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award. PRIDE honored Johnson for spearheading a cleanup project and organizing a PRIDE Club while he was a fifth-grader at G. F. Johnson Elementary School during the 2010-2011 school year. Johnson recruited his classmates to adopt […]

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