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Student Life and FYE Community Service Award Winners 2019

We are excited to congratulate each one of our students and groups for their dedication to service as we present them with the 2019 Student Life & First-Year Experience Community Service Award. Giving time and talents to serve their communities or those to which they traveled is an honorable act, and we believe that you should be recognized for your efforts. Awards were given to individuals with 90 or more logged hours, and groups with 200 or more hours over the course of the 2018-2019 academic year. Recipients displayed a wide variety of passions as submissions included on-campus Colonel Crew Leaders, spring break disaster relief in New York, volunteer educator opportunities, and so many more.

The Excellence in Service for an Individual award goes to the individual at Eastern Kentucky University that has logged the most service hours through the online tracking system. This year’s recipient is:

 

  • Ciara Sandefur with 332 hours

 

Excellence in Service for a Group

The Excellence in Service for Groups award goes to the group at Eastern Kentucky University that has logged the most service hours through the online tracking system. This year’s recipient is:

 

  • EKU Recreation and Park Administration with 7,613 hours.

 

Colonel’s Give Back Community Service Awards (Individuals)

Golden Colonel Community Service Awards

The Golden Colonel Community Service Award is awarded to individuals who have logged 250 or more community service hours into the Online Tracking System. This year’s recipients are:

 

  • Ciara Sandefur with 332 hours
  • Rebecca Schwendau with 262 hours
  • Hannah Tanner with 256 hours

 

Silver Community Service Awards

The Silver Colonel Community Service Award is awarded to individuals who have logged between 150-249 community service hours into the Online Tracking System. This year’s recipient is:

 

  • Kaisee Riddell with 240 hours

 

Bronze Community Service Awards

The Bronze Colonel Community Service Award is awarded to individuals who have logged between 90-149 community service hours into the Online Tracking System. This year’s recipients are:

 

  • Kenton Bentley with 100 hours
  • Christian Bond with 110 hours
  • Denise Burdine with 120 hours
  • Hannah Eagle with 120 hours
  • Faith Geima with 100 hours
  • Maria Hoover with 145 Hours
  • Kallen Juric with 100 hours
  • Katlin Kyle with 90 hours
  • Hanna McGee with 145 hours
  • John Shanley with 100 hours

 

 

Colonel’s Give Back Community Service Awards (Groups)

Gold Community Service Award

The Golden Colonel Community Service Award for Groups is awarded to groups that have logged 1,000 or more community service hours into the Online Tracking System, or sends documented proof to the Coordinator of Community Service. This year’s recipients are:

 

  • Alpha Gamma Delta with 3390.5 hours
  • Alpha Phi Omega with 2145.75 hours
  • Delta Zeta with 2341 hours
  • EKU Football with 1692 hours
  • EKU Women’s Basketball with 1264 hours
  • EKU Recreation and Park Administration with 7613 hours

Silver Community Service Awards

The Silver Colonel Community Service Award for Groups is awarded to groups that have logged between 500 and 999 community service hours into the Online Tracking System, or sends documented proof to the Coordinator of Community Service. This year’s recipients are:

 

  • CON 499 with 920 hours
  • EKU Baseball with 845 hours
  • EKU Men’s Baseball with 602 hours

 

Bronze Community Service Awards

The Bronze Colonel Community Service Award for Groups is awarded to groups that have logged between 200 and 499 community service hours into the Online Tracking System, or sends documented proof to the Coordinator of Community Service. This year’s recipients are:

 

  • Phi Tau with 389 hours

Congratulations to all of our 2018-2019 award winners! #EKUServes

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