Pellissippi State Community College received a 2010 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award on June 24 in Franklin. From left: Jim Fyke, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation commissioner; (holding the award) Mary Denman, a Pellissippi State graduate and coordinator of the college’s participation in Recyclemania, a nationwide waste reduction competition; Brad Coburn, director of Industrial and Contract Training for Pellissippi State’s Business and Community Services; Anne Kronk, Pellissippi State assistant professor of biology; David Walton, Pellissippi State director of Facilities, Safety and Security; and Paul Sloan, TDEC deputy commissioner.

Pellissippi State Community College received a 2010 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award on June 24 in Franklin. From left: Jim Fyke, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation commissioner; (holding the award) Mary Denman, a Pellissippi State graduate and coordinator of the college’s participation in Recyclemania, a nationwide waste reduction competition; Brad Coburn, director of Industrial and Contract Training for Pellissippi State’s Business and Community Services; Anne Kronk, Pellissippi State assistant professor of biology; David Walton, Pellissippi State director of Facilities, Safety and Security; and Paul Sloan, TDEC deputy commissioner.

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