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Pasco-Hernando Early Learning Coalition wins Be More Humble award

The Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties won the Be More Humble award for the second time in three years at the 2012 WEDU Be More Awards.

The coalition competed against nonprofit organizations and companies within the Tampa Bay region, including AMIKids, Children First, Operation PAR and the Junior League of Tampa. The award was driven by an online poll voted on by the public in the WEDU viewing area from November to December.

The WEDU Be More Awards include 12 categories that organizations can apply for. Categories include marketing, special events, innovation, arts and culture, educational outreach, best use of video, entrepreneurial, volunteerism, philanthropy, judges choice and nonprofit of the year.

Visit www.wedu.org/news/ for information about the awards.

Visit www.phelc.org for information about the early learning coalition and its services to preschoolers, which include subsidized child care for low income families and administration of the state's voluntary pre-kindergarten program open to all 4-year-olds.

Pasco-Hernando Early Learning Coalition wins Be More Humble award 02/16/12 [Last modified: Thursday, February 16, 2012 3:31pm]
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