First Annual History Preservation Award

Photo/By Fred Jacobsen

For 2006, teacher Mark Dunn and his 5th grade class from Cypress Creek Elementary school received the first annual Ruskin History Preservation Award from the Ruskin Historical Society. This was in part for their work in creating a display for last yearís Seafood and Arts festival, as well as for contributing articles to RuskinHIstory.org

 They received the Award at Camp Bayou during of a natural history learning program they were participating in there. They took the award back on the bus with them to their school. They get to keep the award for a year, after which it will be awarded to next yearís winner. Sort of like the Stanley Cup of Ruskin History. The award and a student display was shown in the Heritage Tent at this yearís Tomato and Heritage Festival.




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