Each year, nominations are accepted for Community Service Awards for outstanding voluntary service which benefits Arkansans.
These awards honor seven adult individuals, one youth and two corporations.
Living In Truth is most grateful to be a recipient of the 2005 Arkansas Community Service Award, honoring the selfless dedication of our own Director, Carol Curry.
All of us associated with Living In Truth extend our sincerest gratitude to all of those who took the time and effort to write your outstanding letters in nomination for this years awards.
Living In Truth
Director Carol Curry
Close-up of Award plaque
Director Carol Curry receiving Award Plaque
Director Carol Curry acknowledges presenter's remarks
Director Carol Curry's Acceptance Address
View of ceremony from Living In Truth banquet table
Director Carol Curry and Secretary Keith Prewitt in Grand March
Secretary Keith Prewitt and Director Carol Curry at Recipients Table
President Roger Daugherty (seated, center), Board Members & Guests
Director Carol Curry holds centerpiece and award plaque, flanked by
President Roger Daugherty, Bonnie and Steve Kukla, Secretary Keith
Prewitt and Keith's father, Gene.
2005 Community Service Award Recipients at Governor's Luncheon
Director Carol Curry, Governor's Wife Janet Huckabee, Secretary Keith Prewitt
July 26, 2005 Marshall Mountain Wave newspaper article
Local Organization Receives Award
he Living In Truth organization was recognized and awarded recently at a volunteerism award ceremony in Little Rock. Accepting the award was president Roger Daugherty, secretary Keith Prewitt, and director Carol Curry.
Locally based, Living in Truth, a 501 (c)3, non-profit prisoner advocacy organization was awarded the KARK Community Service Volunteerism Award at the Embassy Suites during an elegant, live televised $100 a plate dinner in Little Rock on Tuesday, June 28, 2005. The award is sponsored by KARK, St. Vincentís Health Systems, the Governorís office and The Arkansas Division of Volunteerism.
As part of the recognition, earlier in the day, honorees were treated to a formal luncheon in the Governorís mansion with Mrs. Janet Huckabee hosting. In addition to the award, Living In Truth received a $500.00 donation from the Polaris dealers of Arkansas.
The Community Service Awards are selected on the basis of letters of nomination that are submitted. Living In Truth was nominated numerous times by prisoners, their loved ones and other individuals who wanted this work to be acknowledged.
Living In Truth helps prisoner and their loved ones overcome the problems presented by the prison experience. They are currently conducting a prison-wide literacy program providing the over 13,000 Arkansas prisoners with dictionaries. Living In Truth is also creating a state wide visitor car pool database, which connects those with transportation with those who need transportation. To date, Living In Truth has supplied 1122 prisoners with dictionaries and has facilitated over 40 visitations through these programs.
Living In Truth also performs as a resource center, providing information on halfway houses, community services, other literacy projects, Bible study, pen pals, etc.
If you or a loved one is in prison or if you would like to help, you can get more information from or please call 870-448-3699.
"And ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free."
--St. John 8:32
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