2010 Mayor’s Good Neighbor award winners announced PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 July 2010 00:00

Winners of the 2010 Mayor’s Good Neighbor Award were recognized during the banquet held on Friday evening, June 25, at Scottsburg High School. Mayor Bill Graham presented his Mayor’s Award to two individuals, Terry Allen, store manager of the Wal-Mart Super Center in New Albany, and David Kilburn, who, with his wife Diana, owns and operates Scott County Auto Center in Scottsburg.

Good Neighbor awards also went to New Washington State Bank as the outstanding business; the Scott County Youth Football League as the winner of the church/school/civic/other (youth) division; CRADLE as winner of the church/school/civic/other (adult) division; Jordyn Croasdell as winner of the individual youth division; and Gwynn and Nelson Spaulding, winners of the individual adult division. New Washington State Bank has participated in and supported many civic activities since its Scottsburg branch opened three years ago. The Scott County Youth Football League offers basic and advance instruction, sportsmanship qualities and game involvement in touch and tackle football to both boys and girls interested in the sport. CRADLE is well-known for its support of pregnant women and young mothers, providing information and basic supplies to care for infants. Jordyn Croasdell just finished her sophomore year at Scottsburg High School and has compiled a sterling list of volunteer activities, including mission trips to Peru and Guatemala and starting a girls’ Bible study as well as maintaining a high grade point average and being involved in a number of high school sports. She is the daughter of Dr. John and Lori Croasdell. Gwynn and Nelson Spaulding have become indispensible members of the Scott County community. They are both employed by the Scott County Partnership, Gwynn at the LifeLong Learning Center and Nelson as Executive Director of the Community Clearinghouse.



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