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Renea Stackhouse Receives Better Carolina Award
|Date:||June 8, 2012|
(Fayetteville, NC) On Wednesday, June 6th at an awards banquet in Lumberton, North Carolina, Gloriesrenea Stackhouse of Fayetteville, NC, was honored with the inaugural Mountaire Better Carolina Award for her efforts with special needs children and families in Robeson County.
A mother of three and retired paramedic, Renea (as she is called by her friends) has never wavered in her desire to care for others. Since retiring she has founded the advocate group Bringing About Change, which works with families and students with special needs in the hope of preventing school drop outs and other behavioral problems. She regularly attends juvenile court as an advocate for juvenile justice and fairness for youth. Renea also holds a North Carolina State license for therapeutic foster care and is actively caring for two therapeutic children. Beyond her efforts to support local adolescence, she is also the first female to hold the office of President for the Unified Robeson County Branch of the NAACP.
“Gloriesrenea Stackhouse represents all the good things we are attempting to promote in the search for those who are doing the right things in the places where we live, work, play and pray.
Gloriesrenea Stackhouse has devoted countless days and nights in the support and caring for young people who are at personal risk, in need of a mentor, nurse and helping hand. She is the pat on the back, the kind word in the hospital and the personal support in the educational institutions and in the courtroom for children who are at risk to fall short of making it without strong, caring leadership.
We are thankful and happy to present Ms Stackhouse with the first Mountaire Better Carolina Award and expect her advocacy for justice and therapeutic care will be the role model of excellence for others to follow in pursuit of this banner award.
Also, we ask our readers to tell us, so that we can shout it out to others, about those individuals, or organizations that are doing the right (good) things in any North Carolina community.” Roger Marino, Mountaire Corporate Communications-Community Relations Director.
For her continuous efforts to help others in her local community, Renea Stackhouse was presented with the very first Mountaire Better Carolina Award and will be featured on select WRAL-TV commercial vignettes in the hope her story will inspire others to Better Carolina.
About the Mountaire Better Carolina Award:
The Better Carolina Award is a monthly honor designed to highlight local individuals, businesses, civic organizations or classrooms who are going above and beyond in their effort to assist others in the community or to improve and protect the local environment.
“Our goal is not only to recognize those who are already making a difference in the state of North Carolina, but to encourage others to take on a greater role in bettering their local communities or improving the local environment. A fireman, policeman, or anyone who is an active volunteer at community events, helping others in a local hospital, teaching in a classroom, providing for the homeless, or something as simple as cleaning up the trash along our roadways, can be a candidate for this award.” – Roger Marino, Corporate Community Relations Director, Mountaire Farms