Former Crimson Tide standout Chris Rogers joined us on Studio10 to talk about the Rich Humber Essay Contest.
Together Assisting People (TAP) Inc., kicked off a month long competition inviting local high school students to participate in The Rich Humber Essay Contest. One male and one female winner will receive tickets to the Alabama vs. Tennessee football game in Tuscaloosa, AL Oct 26, 2013. The contest runs through September 30th.
The contest is named after, Rich Humber, a graduate of Kathleen Senior High in Lakeland, FL and former teammate of NFL standout Ray Lewis. From 2001-2007, Rich Humber was the CEO of Prep Recruits, an organization which coordinated youth development projects with other area non-profits to assist college-bound athletes in their pursuit of collegiate careers. Rich has gone above and beyond in his efforts to mentor teenaged athletes and develop them into champion-caliber players as well as productive members of society. The program successfully assisted BCS championship players Chris Rogers (the founder of Tap Inc.), Mike Pouncey, Maurkice Pouncey, and many more.
The Rich Humber Essay contest was created by TAP in effort to encourage local high school students to become enthusiastic about the importance of reading and writing. Visit www.Tapinc.us for specifics on the contest.
Lar Nimit and Natjira Khieokham from Bangkok Thai are in the Studio10 kitchen today making a Turkey Tom Yum soup. They are also holding a special meditation event at the restaurant. It is aimed at reducing holiday stress.
According to authorities, a man suspected of firing a shot that missed a 6-year-old and 8-year-old sitting in the backseat of a car Saturday, November 30, has been arrested.
In a move intended to persuade Creola residents not to annex into Saraland, the Satsuma City School board considers offering free tuition.
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