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Youth Volunteer of the Year Award

Youth Volunteer of the Year Award

The Youth Volunteer of the Year award is presented to an outstanding high school student who has demonstrated a strong commitment to helping others and who serves as an example to their peers.

The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley is proud to recognize for the year 2017:

Jessica Clatterbuck - Youth Volunteer of the Year

Jessie Clatterbuck is a senior at James Wood High School.  She will be attending college at William and Mary in the fall to study biology with a pre-med focus.  Jessie is the vice-president of the Leo Club, a teacher of English as a Second Language classes, a member of Spanish Club, the National Honor Society, Gifted Independent Study and the Personal and Community Health Group.  She plays soccer and runs cross-country for James Wood and attends Mountain Vista Governor’s School.  Jessie enjoys volunteering for various organizations including the Salvation Army, Highland Food Pantry, SPCA, Bright Futures, Northwestern Regional Education Programs, and Spring Arbor Assisted Living.  Her favorite volunteer endeavor was constructing an activity for the clients of the Adult Care Center to enjoy.

 

Past recipients include:

2016      Alexis Schneider, James Wood High School 
2015      Brooke Souders, Millbrook High School
2014      Callie Clayton, James Wood High School 
2013      Emily Woznak, James Wood High School 
2012      Eliza Urtz, Handley High School
2011      Presley Parkes, Millbrook High School 
2010      Jordan Orndoff, Millbrook High School
2009      Sullivan Parkes, Millbrook High School
2008      Lyndsey Funkhouser, Strasburg High School
2007      Beth Dickey, Clarke County High School
2006      Bethany Hott, James Wood High School
2005      Jessica Crosen, James Wood High School
2004      Megan Morton, Millbrook High School
2003      Krystal Omps, James Wood High School
2002      Jennifer Staples, Clarke County High School
2001      Jeanette Reynolds, Central High School