This past Thursday we awarded Tyler Joynes of Nandua High School as the 2nd Honorable Mention Recipient of the 2019 Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Awards (aka the Kate Awards). Below are photos of the second awards ceremony held at No Limits to award Tyler for his achievements!
This past Thursday we awarded the 2019 Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Awards (aka the Kate Awards) to a few wonderful high school students here on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The Kate Award focuses on awarding high school students for their volunteering and citizenship efforts throughout the community in the memory of Kate Richardson. Kate was a founding member of No Limits as well as an extremely active community volunteer who unfortunately passed away in 2012.
Below are pictures from the 2019 awards ceremony where the 2019 1st Place Winner, Ashleigh Edwards of Holly Grove Christian School, as well as an Honorable Mention Recipient, Elizabeth Reid of Northampton High School were presented with their prizes. Not pictured in these photos is our second Honorable Mention Recipient of 2019, Tyler Joynes of Nandua High School. No Limits is looking forward to meeting Tyler next week at a 2nd ceremony for the 2019 Kate Awards where he will be presented with his award as well.
To view the 2019 Kate Awards Ceremony #1, please watch the video below!
Congratulations to ALL recipients of the 2019 Kate Award. Your outstanding volunteering efforts throughout the community truly exemplify what it means to be a great citizen. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Keep up the great work!