Willowridge Eagles Capture Earth’s Beauty for Foundation Calendar

Shown (left to right) are: Shar-day Campbell, Honey Brown Hope Foundation Marketing Communications Specialist; Daniel Guzman, Geralynn Dumas, Cicely Edmond, WHS teacher; Joe Chandler, WHS Principal; Brenda Garcia, Liliana Bravo, and Tammie Campbell, Honey Brown Hope Foundation Founder/Executive Director.

Shown (left to right) are: Shar-day Campbell, Honey Brown Hope Foundation Marketing Communications Specialist; Daniel Guzman, Geralynn Dumas, Cicely Edmond, WHS teacher; Joe Chandler, WHS Principal; Brenda Garcia, Liliana Bravo, and Tammie Campbell, Honey Brown Hope Foundation Founder/Executive Director.

FORT BEND ISD – Willowridge High School (WHS) students in Celicy Edmond’s photography class captured the beauty of their hometown for the annual Diversity Appreciation and Environmental Awareness Calendar, “We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green,” sponsored by The Honey Brown Hope Foundation.

The Honey Brown Hope Foundation, a local non-profit organization, sponsored a photography contest that named eight student winners whose photos were selected to appear in the calendar.

The student winners and the months they represent are:

  • Jeffery Brown, senior – January and March
  • Brenda Garcia, senior – February, June and July
  • Rojelio Gonzalez, sophomore – April
  • Daniel Guzman, junior – May
  • Gabriela Quintanilla, junior – August
  • Liliana Bravo, senior – September
  • Israel Lujano, junior – October and December
  • Geralynn Dumas, sophomore – November

The 2014 “We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green” calendar features thought-provoking, environmental-friendly quotes from Campbell, along with messages from City of Houston Solid Waste Management Director Harry Hayes and Mayor Annise Parker. The calendar is designed to remind the community that although we may come from diverse backgrounds, cultures and religions, we all depend on one earth for water, food, shelter, air and land.

During a recent Fort Bend ISD Board Meeting, the Honey Brown Hope Foundation founder/executive director, Tammie Lang Campbell, thanked Dr. Charles Dupre, Superintendent of Schools, for his community engagement initiative and presented Joseph Chandler, WHS Principal, with an outstanding community partnership award. Campbell also presented a “Most Outstanding” photography teacher’s award to WHS teacher, Celicy Edmond. The photography student calendar winners received complimentary gift cards from Walmart Supercenter-Stafford, community partner of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation.

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