Mar 29, 2015
The Young men of the Tallahassee Kappa League and the Tallahassee Chapter of Distinguished Young Gentlemen hosted their 4th Annual Teen Step Show and Scholarship Event recently. In addition to the University Recruitment Fair that was sponsored by Florida A & M University, youth from the Leon County and surrounding areas were eligible for a chance to win FOUR $4,000 scholarships that were issued during the stepshow intermission by Dr. William Hudson, VP of Student Affairs. These types of positive grassroots events hosted by local student organizations have become key to creating a climate of unity and collective teamwork within Leon County. Congratulations to Distinguished Young Gentlemen and Code Red for winning first place in the stepshow as well as the four seniors that received scholarships.
Mar 29, 2015
The Tallahassee Network of Young Professionals hosted the fourth annual Golden A.C.E. Awards on Saturday, March 28, 2015. A Golden A.C.E. recipient is an emerging young leader in their respective industry and also represents the award’s namesake – to highlight those in the community who believe in Authentic Community Engagement, or A.C.E.
The Golden A.C.E Awards and Gala recognizes the Capital City’s top “20 under 40” young professionals. Additionally, an overall award was presented to Attorney Natalie Clayton as this years Top A.C.E. Each nominee had to select a non-profit organization of their choice during the application process. The Top A.C.E. was presented with a check of event proceeds to donate to their selected organization.
Congratulations to this years 2015 TOP A.C.E. as well as the Top 20 under 40 2015 Golden ACE recipients!
Mar 14, 2015
Congratulations to MaClay Schools for winning the 2015 Distirct Brain Bowl. The final round of the competition came down to a 20 minute faceoff between Chiles High School and MaClay. The final score was 380 to 250. As the featured sponsor, the winning team recieved a scholarship donation of $1,250 to the school from Envision Credit Union.