Anyone that has ever gone to summer camp remembers it for the rest of their life. Summer camp is often a time that many young ones experience the feeling of slowly coming out of their shells, welcoming diverse friends they otherwise wouldn’t meet into their world. High school especially can be a pivotal time in developing a student’s self-image and confidence. Lessons on how to treat others are often gained by the social pressures found in the hallways and cafeterias.
Commending the remarkable accomplishments and dedicated service to their communities, Birmingham Business Journal awarded the YWCA Central Alabama’s Junior Board President Kitty Rogers Brown and YWhisper Chair Erin Stephenson with spots on their annual
Prom season is just around the corner, and thanks to My Sister’s Closet, Collage Designer Consignment and radio station 99.5 The Vibe, high school girls from all over Jefferson and Shelby counties, who otherwise might not be able to afford a prom dress, were able to find the perfect gown, at little to no cost for their special night.