Alyssa Ferguson Humanitarian Award Presented

The Alyssa Ferguson Humanitarian Award was presented last week to Miles Menendez, the 2019 recipient at Baines Middle School. The Humanitarian Award was created to honor Alyssa when she had the first water well built in Africa. After her passing, the award was renamed The Alyssa Ferguson Humanitarian Award in her memory.

The recipient is selected by the student council and is given to a student who goes above and beyond in serving the school and community.

The Fergusons were able to be in attendance at the award ceremony and could not be more pleased with the selection of Miles. He is well-known for his servant heart and willingness to help.

Join the Alyssa Ferguson World Changers Fund in congratulating Miles Menendez for this honor.

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Humanitarian Award Named in Honor of Alyssa

Three years ago, Alyssa received the first ever humanitarian award at her school — Baines Middle School. Last night at the middle school awards ceremony, it was announced that they have now renamed the award to be officially called the Alyssa Ferguson Humanitarian Award. We are so proud of Alyssa for receiving the very first award. And we are so grateful to Baines for renaming the award in her memory. Congratulations to last night’s award winner! We look forward to hearing how future award winners are being World Changers and making an impact.

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