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Ten middle level and high school students were named America's top youth volunteers of 2016 today by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards during the program's 21st annual national award ceremony at the Mellon Budiling. They are: Kayla Abramowitz, 14, of North Palm Beach, Florida; Jungin Angie Lee, 17, of Naperville, Illinois; Clare Szalkowski, 10, of Dubuque, Iowa; Grace Davis, 11, of Louisville, Kentucky; Connor Archer, 18, of Stillwater, Maine; Maria Keller, 15, of Plymouth, Minnesota; James Lea , 17, of Las Vegas, Nevada; Zachary Rice , 13, of Long Valley, New Jersey; Alisha Zhao, 17, of Portland, Oregon; and Jackson Silverman, 10, of Charleston, South Carolina.
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2/9/2016 - State Honorees and Distinguished Finalists for 2016 Announced
America’s 102 most outstanding youth volunteers – two from each state and the District of Columbia – were named State Honorees today by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for exemplary acts of volunteerism. The program’s judges also recognized 234 students nationwide as Distinguished Finalists for their impressive community service activities.
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9/8/2015 - 21st Annual Search Under Way for Nation's Top Youth Volunteers
Today through November 3, youth volunteers in grades 5-12 are invited to apply for 2016 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
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|5/4/2015||National Honorees for 2015 Announced|