2004 CSA Recipients

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11Alive will celebrate the 29th anniversary of the 11Alive Community Service Awards, April 1, 2004. The Community Service Awards will be broadcast April 3, at 8:30 P.M.Each year the Community Service Awards honors eleven outstanding local volunteers who have demonstrated selfless devotion for the betterment of the community. 11Alive News Anchors Brenda Wood and Wes Sarginson host the live, prime time telecast and the proceeds go to charity. This year the dinner/telecast will benefit Piedmont Hospital Emergency Department. The 2004 Community Service Awards recipients are:Zenda Bowie, for her years of service to the Jean Childs Young Institute of Youth Leadership, a partnership of adults and young people. E-mail: The Jean Childs Young Institute for Youth Leadership, Inc Watch Video

Wanda C. Dell, for creating and sewing specially designed tote bags for women and children staying at the Atlanta Day Shelter, for diapers, school books, and basic living essentials. Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children, Inc Watch Video

Dr. Allen L. Dollar, for donating his cardiology skills and providing mission work to The Children's Cross Connection International. Watch Video

Roselyn Lewis and Elisabeth Remy, for founding and developing the Urban Youth Harp Ensemble, an after school program for at-risk middle school students. Web site: The Urban Youth Harp Ensemble Watch Video

Johnnie Prothro, for her years of volunteer service at the Midtown Assistance Center; preparing and serving breakfast each week at First Presbyterian Church; and lunches each week at Project Open Hand. Web site: Midtown Assitance Center Watch Video

Nathaniel Rogers, for his contributions of skill and knowledge to the Greenforest Baptist Social Ministry Food Pantry. Web site: Atlanta Community Food Bank Watch Video

Mary Faulstich Siegel, for volunteering in the nursery at Grady Hospital and creating a dress pattern for premature babies that accommodates the medical apparatus and procedures necessary to treat these tiny infants. Web site: Grady Gown pattern and information Watch Video

Savannah Solomon, for planning Red Carpet Day, an all expenses paid three-day weekend to Atlanta for teens with cancer, featuring a trip to Six Flags. Web site: Cure Childhood Cancer Watch Video

Helen Tilden, a Red Cross nurse, serving since 1992 as an on-site volunteer for 29 national disasters, strengthening the nursing function of the Red Cross. Web site: Red Cross Atlanta Watch Video

Dr. William C. Warren IV, for founding The Good Samaritan Health Center, which provides medical care to the indigent and the working poor in the greater Atlanta metro area. Watch Video

Boisfeuillet Jones AwardBernard Marcus For a life of business and community leadership, including co-founding The Home Depot, establishment of The Marcus Institute for children and adolescents with disorders of the brain and the creation of The Marcus Foundation. He serves on the Board of Directors of The Shepherd Center and is a past board member of both the City of Hope and the CDC Foundation. The Marcus Institute Watch Video

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