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Jo McArthur
Coordinator Community Involvement


Joyce Knight


Kim Stefansson
Public Relations Coordinator

Community Involvement

Congratulations Top Five Teachers of the Year!

Escambia County’s 2018 Top Five Teachers of the Year


Lisa Bloodworth – Workman Middle School

Lacey Brown  - Jim Allen Elementary School

Angelia Grimes-Graeme – Hellen Caro Elementary School

Emily McMillan – C.A. Weis Community School

Cassie Mense – Myrtle Grove Elementary

Stellar Employee of the Year

Stellar Employee of the Year:

Ricky Neuman



Ricky Neuman is a custodian at Beulah Elementary.  His principal describes him as, “a quiet man of man talents who never boasts of him accomplishments and is always on the job.”  She goes on to say that his outstanding dedication, his work ethic make Beulah shine.

Ricky has been at Beulah for the past two years and over the summer each year, he has power washed the entire school including the main building, 18 portables, an 8 classroom modular, and all the sidewalks.  This is in addition to his deep cleaning for his assigned classrooms and areas around the school.  Everyone wants HIM to clean their rooms!  He is Beulah’s Mr. Clean!

Ricky volunteers to work the shift change for special after school activities so someone is available for cleaning emergencies and securing the school.  He is always available when called in for coworkers.  If a substitute is not available, he stays for both shifts because, “he doesn’t want to let anyone down.”

If something is broken in the classrooms, teachers ask “handy Ricky” for assistance.  He can handle most fixes or point them in the right direction.  He is full of knowledge as well as kindness.  No problem is too big with his help!


Congratulations, Ricky Neuman and thank you for your dedication.

On behalf of United Way and our partners, we wanted to give a big THANK YOU for your participation in Cram the Van this year!

On behalf of United Way and our partners, we wanted to give a big THANK YOU for your participation in Cram the Van this year!


With your help, we were able to distribute $78,000 in school supplies to 61 Escambia County schools, helping over 6,600 children in need. 106 volunteers gave 500 hours of their time to sort, count, and package supplies. 39 businesses and organizations hosted collection drives or donated funds to purchase supplies. Countless members of our community came together to ensure the success of our students and make a $94,000 impact in our schools.


Please pass along this message to anyone in your organization or group that participated in the Cram the Van effort. Additionally, please take a moment to fill out our survey and leave feedback that we can use to improve the program.

Again, thank you for choosing to LIVE UNITED and make a difference in our community.

United Way Campaign

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