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Volunteer Service Award winners

Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School (CBGS) students were awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award on May 20. The nationally-recognized award encourages citizens to live a life of service to better our country and its citizens’ lives. The award comes in three tiers: the bronze, silver, and the gold. Jewel Mitchell and Rosalina Volo of King William High School, Tahi Wiggins of Northumberland High School, and Elizabeth Wilding of Middlesex High School earned the bronze award with over 100 hours of service over the course of a year. Roman Cutler of Lancaster High School won the silver award for over 175 hours of service within a year. If you represent a school or a non-profit and would like to learn about honoring volunteers with the President’s Volunteer Service Award, visit Above, from left, are Volo, Wilding, Wiggins and Cutler. (Photo courtesy of CBGS)

posted 05.30.2019

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