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Ricky López Galindo

Ricky López-Galindo Presented with 69th RecognizeGood Legend Award

Ricky filled four full semi-trailers with supplies for Hurricane Harvey relief and delivered the load himself – but that’s just one of the ways he’s helping make our communities stronger. RecognizeGood honored Ricky López-Galindo with the 69th RecognizeGood Legend award in a presentation at D’Bilaggio Event Center (7801 N Lamar Blvd Suite B148, Austin, Texas 78752) beginning

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The power of GOOD is so wide-ranging that we often sell it short. For instance, when we’re looking for a job! I was fortunate enough to be part of several career development events over the past few months, having conversations with students, adult job seekers and recruiters alike about what it takes to find that

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Rodney Page

Rodney Page Honored For 45 Years of Impact in Education and Mentorship

Over 45 years in education, Rodney Page has affected change in thousands of students as a coach, teacher, and mentor. RecognizeGood honored Rodney Page with the 68th RecognizeGood® Legend award in a presentation at Success High School (500 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, TX 78664) beginning at 10:30 am on Tuesday, September 26, 2017. During

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Ten at a time

Ten At A Time Donates Therapy Horse to R.O.C.K.

This year’s Say Thanks, Austin campaign winners, Calvin and Carter Miller of Ten At A Time, used a large portion of the $10,000 pay-it-forward donation to buy a fully-trained therapy horse named Shug for Ride On Center for Kids (R.O.C.K.)! It was only three years ago when Calvin and Carter recruited eight friends to start their

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Kathy Manning

Town & Country Optimist Club Volunteer Kathy Manning Recognized

Kathy has impacted tens of thousands of Central Texas kids, running affordable youth sports for Town & Country Optimist Club for the past 30 years. RecognizeGood honored Kathy Manning with the 67th RecognizeGood® Legend award in a presentation at Town & Country Optimist Club Office (9100 Meadowheath Drive, Austin, TX 78729) beginning at 12:00 pm on

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Let ’em know how much you care.

There’s a saying that’s come up in a handful of very different conversations lately. The saying goes, “No one will care how much you know until they know how much you care.” After our awards luncheon in May as part of our Ethics in Business & Community program, I heard so much feedback about the

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