Durham girl earns video award

Posted May 9, 2008

Map Marker  Find News Near Me

— A Durham girl took second place in a video contest sponsored by the Southern Growth Policies Board.

Jaqueta Cherry, a freshman at Riverside High School and an employee at Youth Empowered Solutions, won with her video on youth's contribution to a better future.


This story is closed for comments.

Oldest First
View all
  • pdl May 12, 2008

    What's wrong WRAL ? Katzenmeyer doesn't sound minority enough to be considered news worthy ?? Please WRAL , get on board. Don't be part of the problem. Stop putting these kids in seperate camps. They want to build a better world together and don't need subtle wedges drivin between them , especially by the number one news agency in the state.

  • SK May 12, 2008

    What your story misses is that Kelley Katzenmeyer, also from Durham (and also a student at Riverside) won first place. It's pretty clear right on the web page.