Student

April 07, 1999

Amber Coffman,17, of Glen Burnie was one of five teen-agers recognized as an outstanding community activist at the 1999 Take Action Awards in New York City. Amber received the award for creating Happy Helpers, an organization that has fed, clothed and cared for thousands of homeless people in her area. As a grand-prize winner, she will receive a $20,000 college scholarship and the opportunity to distribute thousands of dollars of new merchandise to the local charity of her choice.

Pub Date: 4/07/99

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