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2012 Environmental Excellence Award Winners Announced

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Keep Oklahoma Beautiful is pleased to announce this year's Board Commendation Award Winners and Finalists for the Environmental Excellence Competition. Finalists were honored and winners announced during the 22nd Annual Environmental Excellence Celebration on November 1, 2012 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. For more information regarding this inspirational and exciting evening, click here.

2012 Board Commendation Award Winners

CHAMPION VOLUNTEER
Jan L. Kunze
Oklahoma City

ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATE
Devon Energy Corporation
Oklahoma City

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
Pearl Garrison
Sperry

TOWERING SPIRIT
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Durant

VANGUARD
OGE Energy Corp
Oklahoma City

VISIONARY LEADERSHIP
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Oklahoma City

2012 Environmental Excellence Competition Finalists

Affiliate Champion Award Winners

  • Glen Kerns - McAlester
  • Sandra Cline - Newkirk

Businesses

Fewer than 150 employees

  • Oklahoma Environmental Management Authority

More than 150 employees

  • Saint Francis Health System - Broken Arrow

Collegiate Effort

Faculty, Staff or Institution Driven

  • University of Central Oklahoma
Fresh Paint Days in Oklahoma

Best Visual Impact - Presented by H.I.S. Coatings & Public Service Co. Of Oklahoma

  • Ardmore Beautification Council

Great American Cleanup™ in Oklahoma
Innovation Award - Presented by OGE Energy Corp.

  • Main Street Pauls Valley & The Pauls Valley Arts Council
Best TrashOFF Effort Award - Presented by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation
  • Keep Delaware Nation Beautiful
Devon GAC Achievement Award - Presented by Devon Energy Corporation
  • Pride In McAlester

Government Programs
Municipal/County - Population less than 10,000

  • City of Okmulgee
Municipal/County - Population between 10,000-30,000
  • Owasso Strong Neighborhood Initiative - Owasso CARES
Municipal/County - Population greater than 10,000
  • City of Moore

K-12 Educators & Institutions

  • Summit Christian Academy - Broken Arrow

KOB Youth Award
Elementary / Middle School

  • Washita County 4-H Club
High School
  • Closer to Earth - OKC

Nonprofit Organizations
Service area population less than 15,000
  • Braman American Legion Post 259
Service area population between 15,000-40,000
  • Ardmore Beautification Council
Service area population greater than 40,000
  • Keep Broken Arrow Beautiful
Team Builders Award Winners
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • The Chickasaw Nation
  • Inasmuch Foundation
  • Macklanburg Foundation
  • Dolese Bros. Co.
  • Rudy & Deb Hermann

From all of the finalists, five where selected by KOB's judges as finalists for the Best of the Environmental Best Award.
  • City of Moore

  • Keep Broken Arrow Beautiful

  • University of Central Oklahoma
  • City of Okmulgee
  • Summit Christian Academy

To view photos from the Banquet, visit our Flickr page: 

To view all the finalist and winner videos from the 2012 Environmental Excellence Competition, visit our YouTube page:



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