By Macey Smith
This article was first published in Davie County Enterprise Record
Do Good. Be Kind.
Check out our 12/2021 article in DavieLiFE Magazine by clicking on the image below.
Ambassadors of Respect: Teens awarded cash for recognizing elderly, tutoring, creating smiles
This article was originally published at the Davie County Enterprise Record by Mike Barnhardt on December 2, 2021.
One girl has a special feeling for the elderly, who may be feeling alone or unworthy.
Another understands that sometimes the best teachers for teens are other teens.
And yet another sends positive vibes via special characters.
All three – Amilea Redmon, Hannah Watson and Journey Bowman – received $1,000 from the Davie Respect Initiative to continue their good deeds as “Ambassadors of Respect.”
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A Dynamic Event to Empower...
On Saturday, June 13, TRU Taekwondo, in partnership with the Davie Respect Initiative (DRI), sponsored a free self defense seminar for teen and adult women. Participants were asked to bring a donation for the Dragonfly House.
Read more here- a wonderful article, just published by the Davie County Enterprise Record.
Photos by TRU Taekwondo Center
Please enjoy this fantastic and very inspiring article, published in Davie County Enterprise Record.
"In the midst of COVID fatigue, there is a bright light shining in Davie County.
The Davie Respect Initiative returns with new, more inclusive features..." Click here for more.
Check out this new article by Mike Barnhardt in Davie County Enterprise Record about Mia Clair Myers, the 2019 DRI award recipient, and her ways of implementing her DRI idea. Inspiring!
Youth Rewarded for Respect Ideas
B-I-N-G-O spells respect
Enjoy this new article recently published in Davie County Enterprise Record.
Read our new article in the recent issue of Davie Life magazine.
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