Princeton Prize in Race RElations in alabama
On Friday, May 5, we are hosting our second annual awards ceremony for The Princeton Prize in Race Relations in Alabama. This year's Prize winner is Elizabeth Turochy, a home-schooled student from Camp Hill near Auburn; we are honoring her work to found and maintain a day camp for area children that promotes equality and opportunity crossing racial, economic, and cultural barriers. Four runners-up, all from the Birmingham area, will receive special Certificates of Merit: Aaron Bosley, Jr., of George Washington Carver High School, Gabrielle Bowie of Pleasant Grove High School, Taylor Hinch of Indian Springs, and Dailey Nichols of Mountain Brook High School. Terri Sewell '86, Selma native and Congresswoman for the 7th District of Alabama, will present our Association's awards to each student. The reception will begin at 5:30PM next Friday, in the Magic City Conference Room at Bradley Arant; we hope to see you there! Your presence is very important as a demonstration of Princeton's support for these students' achievements and contributions.