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Also recognized was Sonja Crumbley, who ...
Also recognized was Sonja Crumbley, who was named Civilian of the Year for 2011, and Judy Younts of Communities in Schools, who received the department's volunteer of the year award.
received the Meghann Murphy Volunteer Award for 2011.
Younts currently is on the Crimestoppers board and is the coordinator for Communities in Schools.
has donated her
time to many police department functions over the past year and has never failed to volunteer when called upon, according to colleagues.
is considered a staunch advocate for the department through her
activities with Crimestoppers
and as a liaison between officers and the children she
serves in the Thomasville school system.
With tax-free weekend Aug. 5-7, now ...
With tax-free weekend Aug. 5-7, now is the perfect time to purchase items to donate, said Judy Younts, executive director of Communities In Schools of Thomasville.
It's simple with the partnership ...
Communities In Schools of Thomasville seeks 100 supporters who will pledge to contribute $100 during the 2011-12 school year to support its programs, said Executive Director Judy Younts.
Judy Younts, director of ...
Judy Younts, director of Communities in Schools of Thomasville, was helping out at the mural.She said when the chamber of commerce approached her with an idea for the mural as a fundraiser for CIS, she thought it was brilliant.
"It certainly represents what the community does to help us with our children, keep them in school and graduate, so they'll be out here doing something productive one day," Younts
"We are thrilled to become a ...
"We are thrilled to become a part of a meaningful program that encourages our students and our community about small steps that have a large global impact, such as shoe recycling for reuse," said Judy Younts, executive director of CIS of Thomasville.
ShoeBox Recycling is raising awareness and improving education at all levels about the need to participate regularly in shoe recycling, where all of the secondhand goods collected are destined for reuse, according to a CIS press release."We are thrilled to become a part of a meaningful program that encourages our students and our community about small steps that have a large global impact, such as shoe recycling for reuse," said Judy Younts, executive director of CIS of Thomasville.
Judy Younts is a firm believer in community.
From her work with area children to her behind-the-scenes efforts with Crime Stoppers of Thomasville, Younts' reach extends into the heart of the Chair ...
Thomasville Police Department collects and delivers food for the backpack feeding program operated by Communities In Schools of Thomasville. Susan Upton (left), site coordinator at Liberty Drive Elementary, and Judy Younts, CIS director, assist in unloading. Pictured in the truck are Patrol Officer Tracy Pierce, Lt. Donnie Rowe and Patrol Officer Robert Rickard. "The Thomasville Police Department is outstanding in hearing and seeing the needs of the community