LUM Volunteers Receive Service Award
Provonshas Honored for Work with LUM Students
Two LUM volunteers were awarded the Jefferson Award for Public Service by Chris Morrisey-Vizza from Star City Broadcasting. Arwin & Judy Provonsha are being honored for their work with the students enrolled in the LUM After School Program.
Arwin, the “Bug Guy,” has a Master’s degree in Science and was a professor in Entomology at Purdue University for 42 years. Judy has a Bachelor’s degree in Science with a minor in Biology. She worked for the West Lafayette Community School Corporation for 40 years. Arwin & Judy have volunteered with the After School Program since 2014 and are currently featured in the LUM promotional video, “Giving Help, Giving Hope.“
LUM and our students are so very fortunate to have such loving, talented and hard working volunteers like Judy & Arwin – “giving help & giving hope.” To view the video story, produced by Star City Broadcasting, featuring the Provonshas accepting this prestigious award, click HERE.