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2010 NRTA With Our Youth Award Winners

NRTA: AARP’s Educator Community is committed to learning, voluntary service and civic participation. Now in its 11th year, the NRTA With Our Youth! Program provides volunteer opportunities for community service projects with youth. For the first three years of the program, NRTA pledged to serve 1.5 million youths in 2,000 communities with a total of 45 million service hours through its affiliated state retired educators associations (REAs). The goal was exceeded. The program continues to grow and expand with projects in more than 40 states.

The award recipients of NRTA’s 11th Annual With Our Youth! Awards were chosen for outstanding service to youth in the state, local and individual categories by an independent selection panel. Award recipients include:
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