JROTC Students Receive Presidential Volunteer Service Awards

The Rockcastle County High School JROTC program would like to congratulate seven students for earning the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. The Presidential Volunteer Service Award is awarded to individuals who volunteer a requisite amount of time in a 12 month period. The number of hours differs by age and bronze, silver, and gold medallion categories. This is the first year the Rockcastle High School JROTC program became a certifying organization able to award deserving students who give so freely of their time to the community. Individuals awarded the Presidential Volunteer Service Award are presented a Medallion, a certificate, and a congratulatory letter from the White House.

Caleb Tompkins-Gold Medallion, 103 hours volunteered, Daniel Ashcraft-Gold Medallion, 100 hours volunteered, Alex Robinson, Silver Medallion, 88 hours volunteered, Emily Ashcraft, Silver Medallion, 79 hours volunteered, Sarah Pride, Bronze Medallion, 101 hours volunteered, Ethan Chandler, Bronze Medallion, 55 hours volunteered, Andrew Bradley, Bronze Medallion, 51 hours volunteered and Keith Graves, Bronze Medallion, 103 hours volunteered.

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