Olivia Bond has a gift for sales. This year, her first year in Girl Scouts as a daisy, she sold more than 1,300 boxes of Girl Scout cookies going door-to-door.
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Alexandria Goodman refuses to limit herself. She was one of the first Fayette County students with Down Syndrome to attend her local schools in largely inclusive settings.
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When most kids decide to try something new, they take a few small steps first. Not Nora Boylan. Nora had never run except around her own back yard before last October.
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Olivia Harvey is a force for raising awareness and funds for research. Born with multiple congenital heart defects (CHDs), she has had two open-heart surgeries so far.
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People say Jolie Ryff is the kind of person who makes others want to do better. In addition to being a varsity soccer player. Jolie is an avid volunteer.
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Ella Lantz has faced her share of challenges. Adopted from Ukraine at eight-and-a-half years old, she arrived in the United States unable to speak English.
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In high school, Alexa Yanar was captain of the girls’ cross country team and a varsity soccer starter all four years. And that's just athletic accomplishments, her academics are just as impressive.
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Simone Brown has been dancing since age two. She says she began so she could be like her big sister and that it has since helped her through the toughest times in her life.
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Iyanna Fouce has gotten a jump start on learning leadership skills, something she plans to put to good use in the future with her dream of becoming a teacher.
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Renee Dodson attends Georgia Tech, where she’s studying international affairs and French. She is also a State senate aide, a SGA intern and student manager at Southwestern Advantage.
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No pay, but tons of experience: the choice is yours
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Tip #1 consider downsizing (a lot)
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Listen up Millennials, this is a message for you!
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Join the hottest summer sport around!
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