Amison receives March YES! Award
Sandusky Register Staff
Aug 27, 2014 at 2:41 PM
She was nominated for this award for her volunteer service as a recreation assistant to children kindergarten through eighth grade at the Nehemiah Center in Sandusky under the direction of Tondra Frisby.
Amison has also served at Perkins Safety Town, Elementary Olympics, Care and Share, United Way and Rev3 Triatholon.
Amison, daughter of Cornelius Amison, is a senior at Sandusky High School, where she is involved in orchestra, National Honor Society, cheerleading, track and Drama Club. She has won many awards and is a scholar athlete. She has also managed employment at Cedar Point and held down offices in United Black Students and Skills USA, which are leadership organizations inErie County.
As the March 2014 YES! winner, Amison will receive a certificate and $50 Visa Card.
The award is supported by Buckeye CableSystem.
Nominations of qualified volunteers under age 21 for the YES! Award can be made through The Volunteer Center, 300 Central Ave., Sandusky; 419-627-0074 or 800-VOLUNTEER.
The Volunteer Center, a Partner Agency of the United Way of Erie County, mobilizes people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community problems.