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Courtesy photo / Stetson University Dr. Anne Hallum is featured on CNN for her work with Guatemalan children in need following a mud slide.

DELAND -- Since 1992, Stetson University Political Science Professor Dr. Anne Hallum's non-profit, the Alliance for International Reforestation, has helped more than 2,000 rural Guatemalan families protect their homes and villages from deadly mudslides by planting trees on mountainsides.

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Photo and story submitted by Dale Smith / Shawn Lane, president of Cudas Unhooked, right, receives a symbolic check for $3,000 from members of the Bouchelle Island Social Committee, from left, Sue Willard, Barbara Dees and Vicky Lillyforth.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Residents of Bouchelle Island have adopted Cudas Unhooked, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping at-risk students at New Smyrna Beach High School.

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Members of the New Smyrna Beach Middle School Stingrays dance team were wrapping Christmas presents for customers at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Daytona Beach  in exchange for donations.  

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Meet Elaine and Charlie Meyer, local philantropists who will be honored by the Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation for their college schoalarship donations to worthy NSB High School grasduates.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation will honor Charlie and Elaine Meyer at its annual National Philanthropy Day Dinner for their generosity in making college more affordable for New Smyrna Beach High School grads.

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Video and photos by Multimedia Editor Sera Frederick . Kacey Joiner is the 2010 Homecoming Queen of the 2010 New Smyrna Beach High School 'Cudas. Check out our exclusive video of the highlights from halftime of Friday's game, which NSB won over district foe Viera, 42-19.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- She got the loudest applause when her name was called in nomination for homecoming queen. He got the loudest applause for king and he wasn't even there.

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Video by Multimedia Editor Sera Frederick. The New Smyrna Beach Cudas marching band looked sharper than ever Friday at the NSB sports complex and with good reason, thanks to shiny new uniforms.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Strike up the band. The 55-member Cudas marching band looked and sounded real sharp Friday night, especially at halftime of the football game, with 12 color guards led by senior drum major Kaitlin Hearn.

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Bryan Weaver is valedictorian of the 2010 Class of New Smyrna Beach High School. In his speech to his fellow graduates, Weaver urged them to "please keep in mind all of the people who helped you along the way."

He also encouraged his classmates to try to make a difference in someone's life, explaining, "in the same way those people made a difference in yours."

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