New Hampshire the Beautiful present Awards at NRRA’s 29th Annual Recycling Conference and Expo
Rundlett Middle School Student Wins 2010 Student Recycler of the Year Award
The School Recycling CLUB, Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA) and New Hampshire the Beautiful (NHtB) are pleased to announce Jack Champagne, Rundlett Middle School Student, as Student Recycler of the Year. Award presented by John Dumais, NH Grocers/NHtB.
While only in 7th grade, Champagne helps coordinate school wide pickups of their Single Stream. He has a super attitude works tirelessly to make the school and the world a better place.
He’s described by Science Teacher Harold Tuttle as a “natural leader” who works hard to promote the 3 R’s to his classmates.
“Jack is most deserving of this award and exemplifies the highest goals of NRRA and NH the Beautiful for students to become lifelong recyclers,” said Mike Durfor, Executive Director of NRRA. “Jack’s commitment to protect the earth is more valuable today than ever before as the globe faces enormous environmental pressures.” Congratulations Jack for your outstanding recycling efforts!”