William Peace University student Tiffany Taylor placed third for her video Conserve & Save at the City of Raleigh 2012 Environmental Awards.

By on March 23, 2012 7:18 pm

William Peace University student Tiffany Taylor placed third for her video Conserve & Save at the City of Raleigh 2012 Environmental Awards.

 

The awards are part of an emerging public service announcement competition and Taylor beat out several local universities for the distinction.

 

She is scheduled to receive a check for $500 along with an engraved Water Carafe for her efforts.

 

A banquet in the award winners’ honor is scheduled at the Museum of Natural Sciences on April 24.

 

The City of Raleigh established the Environmental Awards to recognize the outstanding work in environmental stewardship. The programrecognizes individuals and organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to the environment in the community. The 2012 program marks the fifth annual event.

 

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