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Kay Gooch

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Kay Gooch and the BookSpring Read-A-Thon!

Gullett Elementary School in North Austin kicked off another year participating in BookSpring’s annual Read-A-Thon last week. Reading started on Monday, January 28th and will end on Friday, February 8th. The goal of this fundraiser is to raise donations, and read as many books as possible, until the competition ends. All proceeds benefit BookSpring, an Austin-based nonprofit

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Say Thanks Austin 2013

2013 Say Thanks, Austin Closing Ceremony

Mark your calendars, and Join us for the Closing Ceremony! Or watch the live stream on the RecognizeGood YouTube Channel What: 2013 Say Thanks, Austin Closing Ceremony When: Friday, February 8th, 2013 at 11:00 AM Where: Austin City Hall View Larger Map

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Say Thanks Austin Action

Say Thanks, Austin Promotional Clip

Anyone spotted Bobby Jenkins on KEYE TV lately? They’ve been running a great promotional clip about Say Thanks, Austin, and Bobby Jenkins does a great job sharing about the event. If you’ve seen the commercial let us know! Haven’t seen it yet? Check it out here:

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Say Thanks Austin Action

Help Us Reach 15,000 for Say Thanks, Austin!

With one more week to go for the annual Say Thanks, Austin event, we are closing in on 10,000 votes, and pushing closer towards our goal of 15,000! Help us reach this goal by spreading the word – if you haven’t already, get your friends and family involved, and help us reach 15,000 Thank You’s

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STAC 2013

A New Way to Vote for Say Thanks, Austin!

The annual Say Thanks Austin event is under way, and we now have a new way to vote! In addition to the other voting methods you can now vote “With an Email Address” by visiting the Recognize Good website (www.recognizegood.org). Simply click on the “Say Thanks” tab, and select “With an Email Address” from the menu on top. You may then

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Africa's Promise Village

Recognize Good Spotlight: Africa’s Promise Village

Today’s RecognizeGood spotlight goes to Austin’s own, Africa’s Promise Village and their mission is simple: see bad, do good.  Their goal is to provide critically needed clean water, green energy, and education resources to poverty stricken populations in Tanzania. The organization’s origins go back to a  trip to Arusha, Tanzania, in 2010.Struck by the devastation

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