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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 […]

Students invited to join T-shirt design contest

We invite all schools in the PRIDE region to participate in the 2013/2014 PRIDE T-Shirt Design Contest. PRIDE wants to give students the opportunity to create the PRIDE 2014 theme and design a t-shirt to use for the 2014 PRIDE Spring Cleanup events. This would be a fun activity to allow students to be creative […]

2013 Spring Cleanup T-shirt designed by Whitley City 3rd-grader

Congressman Hal Rogers congratulated Casey Joe Stephens for designing the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirt

  Casey Joe Stephens, a third-grade student at Whitley City Elementary School, was surprised today to learn he won a region-wide contest to design the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirt — which will be given to thousands of volunteers across 42 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky in April. Stephens, who is […]

Pine Knot Intermediate promotes PRIDE with video

Pine Knot Intermediate School art teacher Page Bryant and students Erin Wilson and Lindsey Jones

Art teacher Page Bryant and students Erin Wilson and Lindsey Jones accepted Pine Knot Intermediate School’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award on Nov. 27, 2012. Pine Knot Intermediate School PRIDE Club earned southern and eastern Kentucky’s PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award. The club created a video to encourage all […]

Corbin Middle student wins for Spring Cleanup T-shirt design

Congressman Hal Rogers and Mackenzie Walden, PRIDE Volunteer of the Month March 2012

Mackenzie Walden, a seventh-grader at Corbin Middle School, won a contest to design the T-shirts that will be given to thousands of volunteers during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. She is the daughter of Leigh and Lonnie Walden. Mackenzie’s T-shirt design featured the slogan, “Saving Our World, One Cleanup at a Time.” Her idea […]

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