A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Jhordan Logan
for her induction into the Hall of Fame for Caring Americans.
, read first time and referred to Committee on
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Jhordan
Logan for her induction into the Hall of Fame for Caring
Whereas, Jhordan Logan is 14 years old and an eighth
grade student at New Castle Middle School;
Whereas, at the age of ten, Jhordan founded "Read It
Again," a non-profit organization that has donated more
than 27,000 books to various hospitals in Indiana and
Whereas, at the age of eleven, Jhordan founded "Youth
Embracing Seniors," a program that matches schools with
nursing homes to help youth get involved with senior
Whereas, Jhordan was the youngest person to be
appointed by the Governor to serve as "Youth Commissioner
on Community Service." She is currently serving her second
two year term;
Whereas, Jhordan has been involved in the Henry County United Fund's Youth Day of Caring since 2000, serving as co-chairperson in 2000 and chairperson since 2002, recruiting volunteers and coordinating services and supplies;
Whereas, Jhordan Logan was honored as one of the
nation's most caring youths by The Caring Institute and was
inducted into the Hall of Fame for Caring Americans on
November 15, 2004, in Washington, D.C.: Therefore,
SECTION 1. The Indiana General Assembly recognizes the outstanding contributions of Jhordan Logan and congratulates her for her induction into the Hall of Fame for Caring Americans.
SECTION 2. The Secretary of the Senate is hereby directed to transmit a copy of this Resolution to Jhordan Logan and her parents, Robin and Brenda Logan.