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920th Airman recognized for community service efforts

2018 Community Service Award

Staff Sgt. Shenitra Story stands center, back row, along with 920th Rescue Wing leadership during the Military Affairs Council's 2018 Community Service Award ceremony. (courtesy photo)

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --

Staff Sgt. Shenitra Story, 920th Force Support Squadron, was selected as the winner of the 2018 Community Service Award during the Military Affairs Council’s (MAC) Community Services Awards.

The Community Service Awards recognize local military personnel who volunteer their time to support our numerous local non-profit organizations across the Space Coast. 

Sgt. Story volunteered for eight events and contributed nearly thirty-hours to their causes. Some of the charitable causes Story contributed to included Adopt-A-Highway, a toy run benefitting local children in need, the painting and beatification of a bed ridden veteran’s home, packing over 1200 food items for the Children’s Hunger Project and more.

According to their website, the MAC Community Service Awards boasts over 100 guests inclusive of the active duty, National Guard, and Reserve nominees and their guest, as well as their unit supervisor and their guest, local MAC Members, non-profit organizations, and event sponsors.