Clay County Recognizes Community Service

The Paul & Klare Reinhold Foundation Recognizes Community Leaders

Each Year, Clay County, Florida holds CELEBRATE CLAY Sponsored by The Paul & Klare Reinhold Foundation recognizing, rewarding and encouraging community service within Clay County, Florida.

This year $75,000 will be awarded to the 44 community programs voted most outstanding for their 2016 service.

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Sponsored by:The Paul and Klare Reinhold Foundation recognizing, rewarding and encouraging community service within Clay County. And John Lynch was there with My9oh4.com and AmeriPro Auto Glass Keeping Clay County Florida #LockedIN. Stay #active with LockedIN Magazine.

Special Judges’ Program Awards: ($1500)

1. Hope Therapy

2. JP Hall Children’s Charities
3. Quigley House
4. The Way Free Medical Clinic
5. The James Boys
6. Good Samaritan Ministry of Orange Park United Methodist Church
7. Clay County Habitat for Humanity
8. Orange Park Outfitters – Orange Park High School
9. Middleburg United Methodist Church Food Bridge
10. Mercy Support Services

Best New Organization Award: ($2500)

Black Creek Bowl Association of Middleburg

Judges’ Choice Volunteer Awards: ($2500 each)

1. Mike Woods – Good Samaritan Ministry
2. Susan Bleecher – The Way Free Medical Clinic

Extraordinary Executive Director Award: ($5000)

Peggy Payne – Quigley House

Judges’ Choice Program Awards: ($5000 each)

1. Pace Center for Girls Clay
2. Waste Not Want Not

Paul E. Reinhold Community Service Award: ($10,000)

Seamark Ranch

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