Sunday, April 7, 2013

Service Awards Receipients announced at chapel

Casady School Honors Volunteers with

President’s Volunteer Service Award

 Award is a Prestigious National Honor for Volunteer Service 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Casady School announced today it has awarded 35 volunteers with the President’s Volunteer Service Award, a national honor offered in recognition of volunteer service. Award eligibility for individuals and groups is based on hour requirements varying by age.  The Award is issued by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. 
The Casady School Community Service-Learning Program confers the award to recognize the outstanding achievements of its volunteers. Volunteers work to make our communities stronger and safer. Volunteers bring us closer together as families, as communities and as a Nation.  "Casady encourages students to be entrepreneurs of peace and social change finding their passion to serve the community.   The Casady recipients of the President’s Volunteer Service Awardare servant role models. Each volunteer hour contributed is an opportunity for personal growth and stronger, safer and kinder communities," stated Carmen Clay, Rainbolt Family Service-Learning Chair.


GOLD: Joseph Michael Bonfiglio, Judy Hassoun, Christine Luk, Shaan Patel, Julian Thomason, Abigail Utz
SILVER: Margaret Adair, Taylor Burrow, Amad Chohan, Emily Faulkner, Ronald Garcia, Katherine Hanstein, Maia Kaplan, Joseph Messick, Sarah Puls, Zichun Venus Zhou 
BRONZE: Carleigh Berryman, Mackenzie Blalock, Kendall Bleakley, Jack Boeh, Richard Costello, Thomas Fleming, Jessica Greene, Regan Henry, Anne Hill, Andrew Johnson, Maia Kaplan (2011-2012), Dylan Raikar, John Robertson, Jessie Robinson, Ronda Sutor, Julian Thomason (2011-2012) Megan Trachtenberg, Grace Williams, Martin Yoder 
For more information about how to qualify for the President’s Volunteer Service Award, visit www.PresidentialServiceAwards.govor call 1-866-545-5307.  To find out how to identify additional volunteer opportunities in Oklahoma City, youth boards and more visit