Red Ribbon Week Observations Spanned Across County, Honored Volunteers

Beginning with proclamations from both Anderson County Commission and Clinton City Council proclaiming October 22 – 26, 2012, as Red Ribbon Week, a Coalition Success Banquet and multiple media spots, Red Ribbon Week concluded with Mayor Terry Frank presenting an award to Clinton High School for being the winner of the inaugural Red Ribbon Rivalry.

While many exciting events were held during Red Ribbon Week, none of them would have occurred without the dedicated work of ASAP’s volunteers. While all our volunteers are outstanding, the following were honored for their service:

For volunteering more than 25 hours:
Anita Vines (33.25)
Kim Pouncey (33.5)
Theresa Venable (41)
Don Green (45)
Doris Day-McBride (46.75)

For volunteering more than 50 hours:
Vaughn Becker (57)
Wendy Williams (50.5)
Amy Olson (55.75)
Randy Myers (60.5)
Marcia Slagle (69)
Kim Guinn (70.25)
Jim Leinart (75.25)
Kris Stults (93.69)

For volunteering more than 100 hours:
Stacey Pratt (133)

For volunteering more than 150 hours:
Kathy Scruggs (163.25 )
John Kelsey (173)
Mary Tuskan (188.75 )

Distinguished Service Award

Bill Hall (296.25)
Coalition Partner Award

Margaret Durgin, Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County
ASAP is proud of all our volunteers and community partners and we celebrate the accomplishments you have been a part of this past year. THANK YOU for all you do!

For an overview of 2011-2012 accomplishments, visit www.ASAPofAnderson.org.

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