Wednesday, July 11, 2012

2012: Top 5 Recipients of the Community Pride Award!

Florida 4-H is proud to announce this year’s Top 5 recipients of the Community Pride Award!
Top 5 Award Winners



Callahan Country Kids 4-H Club
This Nassau County 4-H club decided they wanted to reach out to more people in need. With the community in mind as well as fallen veterans, the project enti­tled caring hearts doing their part” helped to support the elderly, fallen veterans, and people in need of food.

District XIII Council
District XIII’s main objective was to reach their com­munity to help overcome poverty and to teach others how to help. They wanted to make an impact in the lives of impoverished people. Throughout the year, they took on different projects that impacted the lives of the impoverished in the community and beyond.

Juss Horsin’ Around 4-H Club
This Nassau County 4-H club addressed the many needs and concerns of their community. They strived to cre­ate a positive impact through military appreciation, environmental impact, the elderly and worked towards no more homeless pets.

Nassau County 4-H Council
This Nassau County 4-H Club created a project that helped multiple sectors in their community includ­ing the association for retarded citizens (ARK), animal shelter welfare, and the Adopt a Soldier program.

Indy Star 4-H Club
This Sarasota County Project worked to certify youth and adults in CPR so as to construct a safer atmo­sphere in the community.

Honorable Mentions

Wakulla County 4-H Association, Wakulla County
Marion Oaks Odyssey 4-h Club, Marion County
Roots, Shoots & Boots 4-h Club, Volusia County

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