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January/February 2007

Eastern Canada Region members Gregory Albert and Andy Concister were featured in Canadian Jewish News for performing in front of over 250 people at a local radio station's Battle of the Bands competition. (Feb. 9, 2006)

Congratulations Evergreen Region!, the Voice of Jewish Washington, named EvergreenBBYO the Best Jewish Youth Organization in its Best of 2005 awards issue! The award says that BBYO stood out from among all the other youth organizations because it "holds leadership programs, enables some of its most involved members to reach the highest international echelons of the organization, all while keeping within a framework of learning how to be a good Jewish person within your community." (Jan 6, 2006)

Lauren Perlman, an alumnae of Cotton States Region, received the Joanie Plous Bayer Young Leadership Award, an award which is given annually to someone who distinguishes him or herself through involvement in the Birmingham Jewish Federation and community. Perlman credits BBYO for teaching her to participate in and give back to the Jewish community in Memphis. (Dec. 9, 2005)

The Texas Jewish Post featured Zach Olshwanger, a chapter president from Dallas, after he aided a car accident victim at the scene. He applied CPR and other first aid techniques he learned in a Medical Science Careers class. Zach said, "I always liked helping, and I was always interested in medicine." (Dec 8, 2005)

Two exceptional BBYO members were featured in The Atlanta Jewish Times for their dedication to community service. Julie Jacboson and Jaclyn Rothenberg co-chaired Amy's Party, a teen-run annual holiday event to benefit homeless children. (Dec 2, 2005)

Eastern Canada Region was in the news when two of its members were honored with prestigious awards. Canadian Jewish News published that Josh Pottel won the Tree of Life Award and Matthew Sloan won the Perlman Community Service Award. (Dec, 2005)

The Jewish Advocate wrote about BBYO's presence at the United Jewish Communities General Assembly in Toronto from Nov. 13-15. Nearly 4,000 Jewish leaders and community members met to work toward the mission of creating a stronger Jewish future. BBYO launched at the event by giving live demonstrations of the website. (Nov 25, 2005)

Members of Michigan Region BBG participated in their second Mind Body Attitude workshop which focused on yoga, nutrition and body image. According to the Oakland Press,Lauren Rich, the regional chairwoman for the event said, "I think girls need to be OK with themselves and embrace their bodies healthily through exercise and eating healthily." (Nov 21, 2005)

Laura Galanti was featured in The Atlanta Jewish Times for being one of six BBYO members nationwide to represent BBYO in September at the PANIM: Jewish Teen Leadership Summit in Washington. (Nov 18, 2005)

March/April 2007

Miami Region BBYO's production of Stained, a performance they wrote, directed and performed with the interest of exploring the meaning of the Jewish Holocaust in relation to modern times, was featured in the Pinecrest Tribune. "This is not a history lesson," said Nicole Salzman, a Palmetto High School junior. "It is a life lesson." To view the article, click here. (March 20, 2006)

Dina Finer of North Texas Oklahoma region is the first Tulsan ever to be elected as International N'siah and has been featured in Tulsa World and on local KOTV News at 6. (March 11, 2006)

The Washington Jewish Week featured Ben Arnstein of NOVA Council BBYO for his recent election to Grand Aleph S'gan for the upcoming year. "I love the amount of leadership I was able to take," said Arnstein. "I love the fact that as I got into it, I was able to get a stronger connection to Judaism." To view the entire article, click here. (March 1, 2006)

Nassau-Suffolk Region's Masada BBG #1519 attracted The East Meadow Herald's attention due to all of its philanthropic endeavors. According to the article, Masada BBG has made a donation of $300 to the United Jewish Communities Disaster Relief Fund to help Hurricane Katrina victims, is involved in raising money to buy an ambulance for Israel, participated in Project H.O.P.E. and visited the local Ronald McDonald House to cook dinner for its residents. The article conveyed how the 42 members of the chapter are truly making a difference in their community. (Feb. 2, 2006)

The ability of youth groups to have positive effects on teens was the focus of a Buffalo Grove Countryside article that featured Great Midwest Region and its regional director Stacy Heller. "Being in BBYO as a teenager shaped my life," Heller said. "BBYO connects teens throughout the world. It gives kids a place to belong, to fit in, to be with other Jewish teens." (Feb. 23, 2006)

In a New York Jewish Week article, Lynn Schusterman, president of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation and chair of the BBYO, Inc. board of directors, addressed the needs of American Jewry to draw more leadership on local levels. Her article entitled, "Drawing energy from the roots," praised organizations such as BBYO and Hillel in which "innovation is celebrated, local initiatives are launched with relative ease and national standards and goals are achieved not by command and control but by consensus and shared values." To view the entire article, click here. (Feb. 10, 2006)

When asked what their most important Jewish memory was, two University of Cincinnati students mentioned BBYO. Kentucky Indiana Ohio Region alumni, Carly Froomkin and Josh Levey, were featured in the American Israelite in which Froomkin said her more important Jewish memory was visiting Yad Vashem on a BBYO summer program, and Levey attributed his leadership skills to experience gained in BBYO. (Feb. 2, 2006)

The Atlanta Jewish Times featured Sara Citron for her selection as one of six girls nationally to coordinate CLTC this summer. Sara, currently a senior, serves on the Atlanta Council board and was the founding president of B'yachad BBG Chapter 2495. (Jan. 20, 2006)

Taryn Cantor of Rocky Mountain Region is making a difference for children with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a very painful skin disease. She was featured on her local channel 9 News website because of her extraordinary fundraising efforts, raising over $13,000 for EB research with the "Butterfly Children Project" which she started. To view the entire article, click here. (Jan. 23, 2006)

Houston BBYO alumna, Jennifer Varadi, wrote an article published on the American Friends of the Hebrew University website exploring her relationship between going to school in Israel and returning to the United States. To view the entire article, click here.

May/June 2007

Annie Greene, Mandy Dubro, Mori Rothman and Josh Mikutis, all of Kentucky-Indiana-Ohio Region, reflected in the Dayton Jewish Observer on their Jewish experiences that have shaped them, as well as their hopes for their Jewish futures in college (June 2006).

Elizabeth Bendycki of Cleveland, OH wrote an article for The Cleveland Jewish News focusing on how to maintain a Jewish identity while in college (June 5, 2006).

BBYO alumna, Lauren Brownstein, was featured in the Washington Jewish Week due to her dedication to the Jewish communal world. After working at several Jewish organizations over the course of many years, Brownstein is now a fundraising consultant (June 5, 2006).

Great Midwest Region was featured in The Chicago Jewish News for its efforts in feeding the hungry through a local cafe which provides free Kosher meals for the poor. BBYO teen, Lee Cutler began the initiative for the group as an individual community service project (May 25, 2006).

Lynn Schusterman, past chair of the BBYO board of directors, was featured in the JTA focusing on Jewish philanthropic trends. She emphasized the importance of donating to organizations, such as BBYO, that "provide hope for the future." (May 9, 2006).

Hannah Kohrman of Miami Region was recognized by The Pinecrest Tribune for her participation in Miami's Holocaust Impact Theater and for being elected as the next International Mazkirah (May 1, 2006).

Hannah Gluck of Cotton States Region had her moving reactions to her March of the Living journey published in the Tennessean (Apr. 28, 2006).

TheDetroit Free Press announced that a new teen center in Ortonville will be named after BBYO alumnus, David Bittker. The center, to be completed this summer, will honor Bittker's memory as a visionary and mentor to many. To view the article, click here. (Apr. 20, 2006).

The Boston Globe highlighted the experiences of sophomore Sam Knopf of New England Region. Knopf was one of 17 teens that participated in BBYO's Ambassadors to Bulgaria program last December (Apr. 9, 2006).

Abby Ginsburg of Mid-America Region wrote an article for the Omaha Jewish Press describing how BBYO, especially summer experiences, developed her Jewish identity (Apr. 7, 2006).

Rachel Hochheiser, area executive director of BBYO in Los Angeles, California, was featured in The New York Jewish Week discussing the importance of the Jewish community to young professionals (Apr. 7, 2006).

Danielle Rugoff, former North Texas Oklahoma BBYO and regional board member, was elected as the University of Texas student government president, according to the Texas Jewish Post. She is only the third Jewish female in the school's history to serve as president. "If you would have asked me a year ago," Rugoff said, "I never would have imagined it." (Mar. 30, 2006).

Dina Magdovitz, a senior from Memphis, wrote an article in the Hebrew Watchman discussing the impact Israel made on her while on a BBYO Passport to Israel trip (Mar. 30, 2006).

Naomi Harris was featured in the Miami-Dade Jewish Journal for her work as Zericha BBG's president. Harris has developed an intergenerational volunteer program at a local senior living community (Mar. 14, 2006).

The Memphis, TN, Hebrew Watchman, announced the election of Jeff Dreifus as the 2006-07 Grand Aleph Moreh (Mar. 9, 2006).

The latest Beau and Sweetheart winners of Kentucky-Indiana-Ohio region, Harry Dobkin and Rachel Peck, were announced in the Ohio Jewish Chronicle (Mar. 2, 2006)

BBYO Alumnus, Brad Cohen's book "Front of the Class: How Tourette Syndrome Made Me the Teacher I Never Had," just won "Best Education Book of 2005," an IPPY award (Independent Publisher award program). Brad was also featured on the May 19 episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, "Beating the Odds."

July/August 2007

The Seattle Jewish Review announced that BBYO's Evergreen Region Adult Advisory Commission has elected new leaders to move into its next phase of commission development. Alex Lawson-Rosenstein of Issaquah, Wash., has been elected chair, Jeff Piha of Bellevue, Wash., was elected for a second term as treasurer, and Vivian Wasserteil of Portland was elected as the new commission secretary. (July 28, 2006).

BBYO's Director of Human Resources, Sidney Abrams, was quoted in a front-page Washington Post article concerning the image of youth leaders. "I think for a long time there was a perception that if you work in the nonprofit [faith] youth world, you'll live below subsistence level," he said. That's not the case anymore." To read the complete article, click here. (August 6, 2006).

The Seattle Jewish Review announced that BBYO's Evergreen Region Adult Advisory Commission has elected new leaders to move into its next phase of commission development. Alex Lawson-Rosenstein of Issaquah, Wash., has been elected chair, Jeff Piha of Bellevue, Wash., was elected for a second term as treasurer, and Vivian Wasserteil of Portland was elected as the new commission secretary. (July 28, 2006).

An editorial by Carol Gould in the UK's The Jewish Comment commemorated Alan Senitt, a 27-year-old British volunteer worker who was murdered in Washington, DC on July 9. Senitt, who was involved in BBYO in the UK, garnered a "heroic reputation" with the teens that he worked with. To read the complete editorial, click here. (July 19, 2006).

BBYO's National Director of Development, Robin Levenston, was featured in the Washington Jewish Week for her instrumental role in helping to create J Pro DC, an association for Washington-area Jewish communal professionals. Click here to view the entire article. (July 11, 2006).

Justin Hesser, a member of Miami Region, was identified in the column, "Positive People in Pinecrest" in the Pinecrest Tribune. The article discusses Hesser's academic achievements and plans for the future. (July 10, 2006).

Time Magazine discussed the new Miami, FL hit restaurant, The Cereal Bowl, created by BBYO alumni and brothers Kennethand Josh Rader. Their restaurant, which has also been featured in other media including The Miami Herald, is a new breed of café fusing an old time favorite with a new, exciting twist. (July 2006).

The Sarasota-Manatee Jewish News announced that Kerri Alexander, a member from North Florida Region, was awarded a paid internship with its newspaper. She will serve as a writer for the publication, allowing her to get real-world experience with a professional publication, as well as learn more about the Jewish non-profit world. (July 2006).

The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle featured the new director of Kansas City Council, Rachael Rosenbaum. "I am anxious to bring positive change to Kansas City by implementing a strategic plan to build community relations, enhance our network of volunteers, connect with alumni and, ultimately, develop innovative programs to engage teens in Jewish life," said Rosenbaum. (June 30, 2006).

Jewish News of Greater Phoenix announced that Mountain Region senior regional director, Jayme David, was selected to serve as an advisor to the newly created Jewish Teen Leadership Summit and Fellowship Program (JTLS). (June 30, 2006).

According to the Washington Jewish Week, Meredith Gettys, teen director of Northern Virginia BBYO, received The New Professional Achievement Award presented by Jewish Experiences for Teens (JET), a division of the Partnership for Jewish Life and Learning (PJLL) at its seventh annual Teen Recognition Event. (June 22, 2006).

According to the Portland, OR Jewish Review, Evergreen Region BBYO alumnus Robert Straus, graduated from Oregon State University this year and was also the recipient of the Anna Sobel Levy Fellowship for graduate study at the Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Only four American students are selected each year for the program which is sponsored by the US Army and the Israeli Defense Forces, focusing on military and security aspects of Arab-Israeli relations. (June 15, 2006).

According to the St. Louis Jewish Light, Mid-America Region chapter, Yachad, received the annual I.E. Millstone Award for outstanding community service from a youth group from its local JCC. The chapter's community service program was called "Jewelry Making the Loop." The members used donated beads to make bracelets which they delivered to a battered women's shelter. (June 14, 2006).

Marci Levy of Cotton States Region, one of the 120 BBYO participants on this year's March of the Living journey, shared her reflections of the trip in the Nashville, TN Observer. "Every experience fit so closely together to make it the greatest and most impact-filled experience I have ever had," Levy said. "My responsibility now is to encourage everyone who has the opportunity to take this journey to do so." (June 9, 2006).

The Palo Alto Weekly ran a cover story on Daniel Smolkin who is starting over in California after his house was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The article discusses how Smolkin, who had been involved in Cotton States Region, looked to Central Region West to help him through his transition. Smolkin also recruited more than 20 local teens to Palo Alto's chapter of BBYO. (June 7, 2006).

Gold Coast BBYO Alum, Jordan Robert, was featured on the front page of the Cooper City local news in the Miami Herald as a budding, local celebrity. Robert, an artist, is attracting attention from art lovers and buyers all over South Florida with his colorful paintings. (June 4, 2006).

The Memphis, TN Hebrew Watchman announced that Jessica Greenberg of Cotton States Region was among the members of the cast for Theater Memphis' production of CATS which ran June 9 – July 2. (May 25, 2006).

The Jewish Herald-Voice in Houston, Texas announced that David Finkelstein of Lonestar Region became an Eagle Scout, the highest rank awarded to a Boy Scout. For his Eagle Project, David organized a project to renovate the Johnston Middle School Science Garden. (May 11, 2006).

September/October 2007

BBYO members Alex Sloan, Adam Greenblatt, Ian Schwartz, Erica Green, Nina Rosen, Bennett Marcus, Ariel Mackston and Regional Director Fran Haskell from Nassau Suffolk Region were featured in an article in New York's Newsday newspaper. The article highlighted their experience on the March of the Living and the impact of the program on their day-to-day lives. It described their activities in Poland touring death camps and included photos of the group from the trip.

BBYO Director of Israel Programs, Lane Schlessel, was featured in The New Sun Times, Sun Messenger and Sun Press in Cleveland, Ohio. The article focused on BBYO's Israel travel programs and Schlessel's involvement as Director of Program Enrichment. To read the full article, click here.

In Israel, Givatayim mayor leads race for JNF chairman. Efi Stenzler, the current mayor of Givatayim, Israel and candidate for the chairman of the Jewish National Fund, has been involved with BBYO for 20 years and was featured in the Jerusalem Post. To read the article, click here (June 2006).

BBYO Passport to Israel programs continued this summer, despite conflict in the region. Local newspapers around the country reported on BBYO's Passport to Israel programs and commented on the minimal early departure of students already in Israel and the strong communication between the staff of the programs and the parents of the participants (July 2006).

The Jewish Voice and Herald in Providence, Rhode Island printed an article about students traveling to Israel to study and strengthen their connection with the country and Jewish people. BBYO member Adam Freeman was interviewed about his BBYO Passport to Israel trip (August 4, 2006).

The Winick AZA chapter of BBYO's Cotton States Region was recognized in the Walton Sun of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida for its community service project which involved cleaning up the local beach (August 5, 2006).

The Hebrew Watchman of Memphis, Tennessee announced Jeff Dreifus' installation as International Vice President of Membership (Grand Aleph Moreh) (August 10, 2006).

Evan Rosenfield, North Texas-Oklahoma Region member, participated in an exchange trip this summer to Hsinchu, Taiwan. The Texas Jewish Post reported that he was there as a sister-city liaison for his hometown, Plano, Texas (August 10, 2006).

BBYO's Nitzotz, a community service-based summer experience offered in Baltimore and Chicago, was featured in the Baltimore Jewish News. Lauren McGlothin and Dan Atlas of Columbia, Maryland were quoted saying that the program "sends a message for life" and provided them with a "true sense of being Jewish." (August 11, 2006).

The Detroit Jewish News featured the dedication of Michigan Region's new David L. Bittker Conference Center. (August 14, 2006).

The St. Petersburg Times in Tampa, Florida featured a story about Ester Steinberg, who traveled on BBYO's Passport to Israel Trip this summer, and her best friend, Sarah Chibani who is Lebanese and spent the summer in Lebanon. To read the full article, click here (August 11, 2006).

International Vice President (Grand Aleph S'gan), Ben Arnstein, was quoted in a Washington Jewish Week regarding teen support for Israel. To read the article click here (August 16, 2006).

The Nitzotz program was also the topic of an article in the Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh, PA. Emily Nash and Jessica Gold of Keystone Mountain Region said the program inspired them to "seek out other different types of community service" (August 17, 2006).

BBYO members in Miami Region hosted a toy drive for Israeli children living in bomb shelters this summer as the result of Israel's conflict with Lebanon. According to the Miami Herald, the drive was part of a rally of Jewish organizations in South Dade gathering support for Israel (August 17, 2006).

The Canadian Jewish News published a photograph about BBYO's annual golf tournament to support the National Colorectal Cancer Campaign in memory of alumnus Steve Glickman. To read the full article, click here (August 24, 2006).

This summer, Dan Ring and Eric Feldman of Northern Region East participated in Etgar 36, a social action program that includes a tour around United States. The Baltimore Jewish Times reported that the goal of the program is to get participants to become more involved in their communities (August 25, 2006).

Gold Coast Region BBYO was featured in an article in the Jewish Journal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The article focused on the region's recent fundraising efforts for Israel, the creation of a new chapter and a visit by International President (Grand Aleph Godol), Jeremy Gelman (August 31, 2006).

BBYO Human Resources Director, Sid Abrams, was quoted in a Washington Post article about the resurgence of "youth ministry." The article reported that working in the non-profit youth world has gained popularity in recent years as opportunities, salaries and youth involvement increases. This article was also printed in the Philadelphia Inquirer (August 2006).

Sarah Strum was recognized in several local New York newspapers for her election to the position of International Vice Presdient of Judaic, Social Action and Community Service Programming (Sh'licha) (August 2006).

Recent BBYO alumni Trevor Langston and Alex Prescott of North Texas Oklahoma Region were awarded the Jeanette Altman Frieden Excellence in Education scholarship and were featured in the Tulsa Jewish Review for their accomplishment (August 2006).

Laura Drapkin of Mountain Region was featured in the Arizona Jewish Post "Teen Zine" along with members of other local Jewish youth organizations. The article introduced Jewish Youth groups in Tucson to the new "Teen Zine" section of the newspaper. To read the full article, click here (September 15, 2006).

David Walt, alumni of Akiba AZA #1393 of Michigan Region (1968-71) and a past Aleph Godol of the Greater Detroit AZA, was recently named a Howard Hughes Institute professor. He currently teaches at Tufts University. David will receive a $1 million grant to integrate the excitement of scientific discovery into the undergrad and K-12 classroom.

To view the article, click here.

November/December 2007

The Hebrew Watchman in Memphis reported on the recent activities of Kriger BBG, including International CLTC and Kallah participation, a visit from International President (N'siah) Dina Finer, MIT intake, self esteem programming and upcoming elections (September 14, 2006).

Past International President (Grand Aleph Godol), Pinchas Landis, is the newest instructor for the Read Hebrew America campaign branch in Symmes Township in Ohio. An article in The American Israelite in Cincinnati explained that the program is designed to teach graduates to read Hebrew in six weeks. Read Hebrew America is sponsored by the National Jewish Outreach Program and Kollel (September 21, 2006).

The third annual Fall Food Drive in Little Neck, NY is led by a group of Big Apple Region BBYO members and community leaders. According to the Glen Oaks Ledger and Little Neck Ledger in Bayside, NY, they hope to collect over one ton of food for the hungry in New York City (September 21, 2006).

The St. Louis Jewish Light in Missouri reported positively on BBYO's efforts to maintain the quality of its Passport to Israel (P2I) trips, despite the conflict with Lebanon this past summer (September 27, 2006).

BBG in Houston, TX held its annual "Freshman Pickup" which was greatly anticipated by the new BBYO members and mentioned in the Jewish Herald-Voice (October 5, 2006).

The Jewish News Weekly of Northern California highlighted International President (Grand Aleph Godol), Jeremy Gelman's visit to Central Region West. The article included information on, BBYO Bulgaria and Jeremy's experience as President (Godol) thus far (October 13, 2006). To read the full article, click here.

BBYO members from Kentucky Indiana Ohio Region held their kick-off retreat this year at Camp Swoneky. The Ohio Jewish Chronicle published a photo from the event and an article about the kick-off and upcoming BBYO regional programming (October 19, 2006).

The Jewish Herald-Voice in Houston, TX featured the Houston Federation's Gift of Israel program and one teen who used her gift towards a BBYO Passport to Israel program last summer. Stacey Parven and her parents were interviewed for the article and commented on her memorable experience (October 19, 2006).

A program in which Israeli teens spoke to BBYO members in Michigan Region was featured in the Eccentric newspaper in Birmingham, Michigan (October 22, 2006).

South Jersey Region's Pink and White Gala was announced in the Haddon Herald of Blackwood, NJ. The event raised money and awareness for breast cancer research (October 26, 2006).

A recent front page article in The Washington Jewish Week in DC reviewed online threats to teens. It mentioned as a more secure alternative to MySpace and Facebook, with BBYO staff monitoring the site (October 31, 2006). To read the full article, click here.

BBYO in Sarasota, Florida was featured in an article in the Sarasota-Manatee Jewish News. The article showed photos of the teens and explained the programs and purpose of the organization (October 2006).

Congratulations to new BBYO staff member Meryl Hattenbach of Dayton, OH. Her appointment was announced in the Dayton Jewish Observer (October 2006).

The Las Vegas Israelite and Jewish Reporter announced BBYO's kickoff in Vegas. Advisors met new members and the BBYO City Director, Neil Popish (October 2006).

Dixie Council BBYO Director, Mindy Odle wrote an article for the Charleston Jewish Voice announcing her retirement from BBYO and instatement of new council director, Rona Goldstein. "BBYO is so important and offers great opportunities for all of the Jewish teens in our smaller southern Jewish Communities," Mindy said. "Thank you to BBYO and all of the teens and all of the adults I have worked with for these wonderful opportunities you have given me" (September-October 2006).

The Charlotte Jewish News in North Carolina reported on International President (N'siah), Dina Finer's visit to the region. Charlotte was the first regional visit in Dina's year-long term.

According to the Jewish Review in Portland, OR, former regional president and chapter advisor, Jeff Nudelman is a co-chair of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland 2007 Annual Campaign. Nudelman said that his time as an advisor was "a great opportunity to help mold and build some of the young folks who are now on the federation board" (November 1, 2006). To read the full article, click here.

BBYO alum, Mandy Patinkin, headlined at a fundraiser for Lake Ontario Region on October 28. A photograph of Patinkin and BBYO adult board members from LOR appeared in the Canadian Jewish News (November 9, 2006).

More than 100 packages of food were assembled and distributed on the annual Midnight Run to a local homeless shelter in Livingston, New Jersey by members of GJHRR BBYO. The West Essex Tribune featured the upcoming event and asked community members for donations for the homeless (November 9, 2006).

The American Israelite of Cincinnati, Ohio announced the arrival of new BBYO staff member, Amber Feldman (November 9, 2006).

BBYO's University of Texas College Tour was highlighted in the Jewish Herald Voice of Houston. "Our time in Austin was amazing," said high-school senior Julie Judson of Dallas. "The program was a great mix of social activities and admissions information, and all of us came away very much looking forward to college life and Hillel" (November 30, 2006). To read the full article, click here.

Tulsa BBYO member, Genna Pollack has been raising money for solar ovens for women affected by the genocide in Darfur, Sudan. The TulsaWorld newspaper reported that her efforts were inspired by attending a BBYO summer program in Los Angeles, California (December 13, 2006). To read the full article, click here.

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