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"How Do You Build Your Best Bones Forever!?" Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 18 winners of the 2011 “How Do You Build Your Best Bones Forever!?” writing contest, presented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health, in partnership with First Book-Metro Atlanta, Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta, and the James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club.

In April, 49 girls attending after-school programs at Girls Inc.’s Cobb/Marietta Center and the James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club submitted poems, songs and stories describing how they would build strong bones.  We are proud of all of our participants! 

  • Kyerika Armstead  (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Lena Barber (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Javani Bolden (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Aquila Carreker (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Maria Colin (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Alessia Donley (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Elisha Edwards (James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club)
  • Karinne Gaddis (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Al’Laysia Greenberry (James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club)
  • Alaysia Hampton (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Monet Hicks (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Triana Kellam (James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club)
  • Keyona Kingsberry (James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club)
  • Lauren Miller (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Elisabeth Palencia (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Ayanna Short (Song) (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Taylor West (Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta)
  • Haylie Whitlow (James T. Anderson Boys & Girls Club)

Congratulations to the winners for a job well done!

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