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Bill Zlatos
| Monday, March 21, 2005 12:00 p.m

Jennie Roth

Residence: Ross

Age: 21

Family: Parents, Carolyn and Jim

Education: Junior English major at La Roche College; 2002 graduate of North Hills High School

Background: Volunteers at Providence Family Support Center, which serves underprivileged families on the North Side. She has served food at holiday meals there, helped organize toy drives and watched over children.

Noteworthy: Received a President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Bush during his visit to the North Side last week. She hopes to enter politics some day.

Quote: “I really love to see the reaction of the children when they know that someone is there just for them. I get joy out of knowing I can make a difference in their lives.”

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