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Meghan came into foster care in 2006 due to abuse and her mother's drug usage. None of her family members have provided a home for Meghan, though they have taken in her siblings. She had to testify in a trial against her father. Despite her circumstances, Meghan’s service and leadership experience is impressive. She has been involved in FCA, FCCLA, Red Cross, Boys and Girls Club, Leadership 101, Special Olympics, CPS, and CASA events. She has given speeches to recruit CASA workers, and is currently advocating for adoption for foster children through a project in her FCCLA class. She will graduate high school in June. She is dedicated to helping others and has plans to be a social worker. Through all of her hard times she keeps a smile on her face and helps others.

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You are amazing and an inspiration to all!
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It is people like her that keeps me believing there is hope in this world... Thanks Meghan!
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Anonymous (not verified) said:

Mehgan you are so awsome Anna and I are so proud of you and pray for you daily Thank You for Blessing us.
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Anonymous (not verified) said:

I always knew you were fantastic! Now there is proof!
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Anonymous (not verified) said:

hey dude thanks for letting us know where not alone care Iam what Iam
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I am so proud of you! You have done well and God will bless you as you continue to give to others.
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Anonymous (not verified) said:

You Rock!! I will miss you nest year, but know that you'll succeed in all of your attempts! You are a wonderful, positive inspiration!! from your ATTACk!
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Anonymous (not verified) said:

hey meghan i had loads of fun w. u in fccla take care we will miss u next yr. at regionals & good luck at tennesse :)