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Anchorage students receive President’s Volunteer Service Award

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It was a big honor for some local high school students who received a letter from President Obama, thanking them for their volunteer work.


The President’s Volunteer Service Awards went to 21 Anchorage high school students and one middle school student Tuesday in a ceremony held at Bartlett High School.


Bartlett High School’s Multi-Cultural Club was also recognized for the sixth year in a row for outstanding service to the community.


The students were honored for a variety of activities including volunteer work in elementary schools, helping at the Children’s Lunchbox program, organizing food drives and being active in community organizations.


For more information on the award or to nominate a volunteer, visit the PVSA website.


KTVA 11's Lauren Maxwell can be reached via email or on Twitter.


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