About the Central Texas Incredible Kids Celebration
On Thursday, April 13, 2017, the Central Texas Youth Coalition will host the Eighteenth Annual Incredible Kid Celebration recognizing incredible area students. The Central Texas Incredible Kid Celebration recognizes the special children in our lives, whether they are our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, students, or even the child of a friend or neighbor.
To reserve your place at the Celebration, click on "Make a Reservation" below!
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT FOR YOUTH
In addition to our incredible kids, this year we will be honoring the following community members with the Outstanding Achievement for Youth Award.
Randy Curtis, a well-known business and civic leader who has been a committed supporter of the Habitat for Humanity, served over 20 years on Clements Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors, Lions Club, Greater Killeen & Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and is President of Heights Lumber & Supply, Inc.
Bill DiGaetano, an involved community leader who has been active with McLane Children’s Hospital, Temple Education Foundation, Wildcat Mentor Program, Ralph Wilson Youth Club Board President, Past Board President of the United Way of Central Texas and retired Wilsonart CEO.
Susan Bolton, has passionately served as the Executive Director of the Ronald McDonald House of Temple since January 1990. She’s dedicated over 26 years of her life to ensuring that families with seriously ill children receiving medical treatment at local hospitals needs are met while staying at their home away from home.
Children’s Special Needs Network (CSNN), is a non-profit organization based in Belton, TX that assists families and professionals in providing services for children in Central Texas who are diagnosed with physical or psychological special needs. CSNN was formed in 1990 to provide needed services to children regardless of diagnosis, condition, age, income or residence. It provides a wide range of direct services and connects families with medical, educational and social service resources.
Thank you for all you do for our area youth!
Do you know an Incredible Kid?
You have the opportunity to nominate students for recognition. We are interested in highlighting students who demonstrate admirable character traits in their service to their communities.