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CenTex Chargers Co-Host Incredible Kids Celebration
CENTRAL TEXAS INCREDIBLE KIDS CELEBRATION
On April 11, 2013, the Central Texas Youth Coalition will host the Fourteenth Annual Central Texas Incredible Kid Celebration recognizing ten area students! This event has become a beloved and memorable one, being annually attended by many elected officials, prominent business people, and area school and college teachers and administrators.
Anyone can nominate students for recognition at the celebration luncheon. We are interested in highlighting students who demonstrate admirable character traits. You can nominate students by going to
where you can fill out the online form or download and mail a paper form (or scan and email) if you prefer.
The deadline for nominations is Friday, February 22, 2013.
Students who were nominated last year but not selected may be nominated again this year. Include as much information as you wish to impress the selection committee, and let them see the incredible kids they are. You will be notified about winners by March 4, 2013.
The Central Texas Youth Coalition is a collaboration of the Belton Christian Youth Center, Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Texas,
CenTex Chargers Homeschool Sports Association
, and Ralph Wilson Youth Clubs. The event was previously hosted by Camp Fire USA Tejas Council but is continuing through the leadership of the Central Texas Youth Coalition.
If you have any questions, please email
2012 Incredible Kids
—12th Grade, Homeschool
Katie Hudson—11th Grade, Rogers High School
Julia Mueller—12th Grade, Belton High School
Oscar Romo—12th Grade, Temple High School
Kellie Stanley—12th Grade, Shoemaker High School, Killeen
Abigail Te Poel
—11th Grade, Homeschool
Brandon Thomas—12th Grade, Shoemaker High School, Killeen
Jett Truss—6th Grade, Gatesville Intermediate School
Samantha Waggoner—10th Grade, Belton High School
Hadden Whitaker—3rd Grade, Tyler Elementary School, Belton
was also a previous honoree, and the
have been honored for their work in the community on behalf of youth.
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