The 2018 Kate Awards #2

This week we had a second, “mini” Kate Awards Ceremony where we awarded Courtney Floyd and Anna Wallace as Honorable Mention Recipients of the 2018 Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Award!  Please enjoy photos of these young ladies receiving their prizes and trophies below!

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Courtney Floyd, a Broadwater Academy student, is very active volunteer through her school and has assisted with several community events including a Red Cross Blood Drive and helping to operate The Habitat for Humanities’ February Freeze event annually.  Courtney has also volunteered at the public library and for a local Head Start Program.  She is pictured with No Limits member Brandon, who presented the award. Wonderful job Courtney!
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In this photo, Brandon is presenting Anna Wallace with her award!
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Anna Wallace, a Nandua High School student, is a very active volunteer through her church, and has assisted in giving back to communities in need while on mission trips to Alabama and North Carolina.  She has helped to operate a Vacation Bible School with the Boys and Girls Club of South Alabama, assisted the organization known as “Mobile Baykeeper” to clean up rivers, volunteered with the Feeding the Gulf Coast Foodbank to sort and donate food for the hungry, and restored a community garden that grows food for families in need.  Super job Anna!

You are both setting such wonderful examples as to what it means to be a great citizen and we would like to congratulate you again on your achievements!  Keep up the great work!

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No Limits Eastern Shore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of brain injury on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia. In September 2012 we were awarded a contract by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to operate the No Limits day program in Onancock, VA.

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