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Michigan Student Service Award




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United Way of Bay County recognizes the strong commitment of youth volunteerism and provides the Michigan Student Service Award.
The Michigan Student Service Award is a premier statewide program recognizing high school graduates who volunteer a significant number of hours to benefit their communities.
Students involved in the Michigan Student Service program over four years will complete and document a minimum of 400 hours of non-paid community service that meet a recognized community need, under the auspices of a nonprofit organization, government program, community group or school in Bay County.
Graduating high school students receive a medallion of distinction to wear with their graduation cap and gown and a certificate signed by the Governor of Michigan for commitment to volunteerism.  Students need only contact their school coordinator to get involved.
All Saints
Marybeth Hopps  892.2533
Tim Marciniak 893.9541
Mary Knochel 894.9710
Tina Bacigalupo 686.4770
John Glenn
Jeff Tuck 684.7510
Ann Riffel 662.4481