Ten high-school, middle-school students received Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for volunteer efforts, including $5,000 gift each and, $5,000 to be donated to charity of choice; winners are: Kristen Allcorn, 18, Sedalia, Mo.; Kristin Brandt, 17, Lock Haven, Pa.; Bria Brown, 13, Miami Gardens, Fla.; Shanna Decker, 17, Plainview, Minn.; Talia Leman, 13, Waukee, Iowa; Jenna Machado, 17, Boulder, Colo.; Riley Miller, 14, Bowling Green, Ky.; Kaylee Marie Radzyminski, 16, Cleveland, Tenn.; Mark Rinkel, 12, Aurora, Colo.; Joey Rizzolo, 13, Paramus, N.J.
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