GETTING RESULTS AWARD
Retired postal worker still delivering with charity golf tournament
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – As the sun rises over Pelican Bay Country Club in Daytona, retired postal worker, Greg Korkus, is looking forward to a fun morning on the golf course. Korkus is manning the check-in table at the 32nd “Soaring Eagles” Charity Golf Event. The letter carrier welcomes players to the “Famous Polish Hole” where a variety of traditional Polish dishes are offered as part of the registration fee. “Because we were the first ones to start cooking.”A steady flow of socially distanced golf cart traffic stops by the set-up. “The polish hole is pretty important,” Hand says with a smile.
Search for mentors motivates Getting Results Award winner
The mentoring program she started with just a few children now serves up to 300 students in the Volusia County school system. The Galaxy Middle School ESE teacher helps host the school’s D.R.E.A.M program. “She doesn’t just talk about it, she is about it.”Benzo was nominated for the news 6 Getting Results Award by Donald D’Orto. D’Orto was a teacher at Southwestern Middle School in DeLand and volunteered for the school’s D.R.E.A.M program under Benzo’s leadership. She builds and builds and builds.”For more information on the CATALYST program and mentoring opportunities visit mentoringforgreatness.org.