Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge 2017 Awards

Pensacola Chapter Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge

The Pensacola Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge presented awards to the following Pensacola Citizens for their outstanding community involvement:

Adult Community – George Washington Honor Medal

Frank Emond
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Frank Emond – A Lifetime of Doing Good

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Sarah Seelman and Jaque Taylor – Giving Back: Quilters Support Community and Honor Vets Through the Final Salute

Information Warfare Training Command, CDR Christopher Eng, USN and School District of Escambia County, Malcolm Thomas, Superintendent – Saturday Scholars

Youth Community – George Washington Honor Medal

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Award accepted by her parents

Madeline Bookout – World War II Oral Histories

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Tyler Carach – I DONUT need a reason to Thank a Cop

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Jessica Hatton – McDonald House

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Casey Scott – The Currie House

Educator – George Washington Honor Medal

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Steve Tuley – Teaching through Drama

Public Communications – George Washington Honor Medal

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The Appleyard Foundation, Dick Appleyard

The University of West Florida Historic Trust, Robert Overton, Exec. Dir.

The John Appleyard Storytelling Cottage

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Jill Hubbs – They Were Our Fathers

Youth Essay – George Washington Honor Medal on Ribbon

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Ethan Besemer, Dakota Fulton, Savannah Hush, Destiny Lewis James Todd, Alexander Wilson

Youth Essay – Certificate

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Donald Reyes,   Ricora Jones, Tierra Gooden, Caeley Farrior, William Kane,

Liberty Bell Award – Adult Community

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Accepted by CDR Eric Sieb,USN

Petty Officer First Class David D. Hernandez, USN

Navy Participation in Community Events

Liberty Bell Award – Special Events

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Accepted by the Honorable Lacey Collier

The Northern District of Florida U.S. District Court

Naturalization

Lifetime Achievement- American Eagle on Stand

Pam Schwartz

Pam Schwartz

“Life is a gift which is better when shared.”

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