Serve Indiana has announced the winners for this year’s Serve Indiana Awards for Excellence. The seven Hoosiers and organizations will be recognized for their service to the community during a ceremony next month.
The 2015 Serve Indiana Awards for Excellence winners are:
- Faith-based Volunteer: Arletha Dabney, Bloomington, IN
- Nonprofit Volunteer Program: Study Connection, Franklin, IN
- Individual Volunteer: Kori Brown, Bunker Hill, IN
- National Service: Pamela Weiss, Columbus, IN
- Youth Service: Drake Abramson, Lake Station, IN
- Service Learning: Navari Student Outreach Clinic, South Bend, IN
- Lifetime Achievement: George Flowers, Sr, Evansville, IN
“I join Governor Mike Pence in extending the deepest thanks to these honorees, who have given time, talent and treasure to meet the needs of Hoosiers all across our state. These individuals and program are exemplary models of citizens who dedicate countless hours to help their fellow community members. Be inspired and volunteer,” Serve Indiana Executive Director Debbie Pidgeon said.
Serve Indiana says the winners were selected by a panel of Serve Indiana Commissioners, community volunteers and previous award winners. The awards ceremony is October 28 at the Indiana State Capitol. You can learn more about the event by clicking here.
Serve Indiana is a division of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.