Monday, May 3, 2010

Did you see this article about Alison Gorrie?

Mountain Brook student 1 of 10 honored nationally for community service work
By William Thornton -- The Birmingham News
May 03, 2010, 1:20PM

Alison Gorrie of Mountain Brook is among 10 students nationally honored by the Prudential Foundation for community service. (The Birmingham News file)

Mountain Brook's Alison Gorrie is one of 10 middle and high school students nationwide to win the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for her volunteer work.

Gorrie, 17, known as Alie B., received the award today in Washington, D.C., for her work organizing "Songs for Sight," a benefit concert last year that raised $420,000 for low-vision research and rehabilitation services at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The concert was Gorrie's brainchild.
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