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May 1, 2007

Albany--  Some special young ladies were honored for their outstanding accomplishments.

At Girls Incorporated Awards Night, proud parents watched as their children received awards in everything from leadership skills to sportsmanship. Everything leads up to the coveted Girl of the Year Award.

The Girls, Inc. staff spends lots of time choosing a winner.

"The girls of the month and the girls of the year are awarded these awards based on their leadership skills, their behavior, their attitudes their participation in Girls Inc classes as well as being an all around strong, smart and bold girl," said Executive Director Lakisha Bryant.

Two girls won the big award Tuesday night, 9-year-old Ambrosia Oliver of the East Albany Center and 8-year-old Destiny Prophet of the Park Place Center. The Terrell County Girl of the Year will be announced Thursday.

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