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TANNER PRESENTS NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD TO DICKSON STUDENT

Ellie Morse Wins THE BETTER HOUR Contest for Raising Awareness of Children's Plight in Uganda

Editors: This is a photo of Congressman Tanner with Ellie Morse, a Dickson County High School senior, national winner of THE BETTER HOUR public service competition, in Tanner's Washington, DC, office May 20. AP moved related copy Friday, May 15.

Suggested Cutline:  Congressman John Tanner recently presented THE BETTER HOUR Teen Public Service national prize to Ellie Morse of Dickson in Tanner's Washington office. Ellie, who graduates from Dickson County High School May 23, was inspired by a documentary called "Invisible Children" (www.invisiblechildren.com) to raise $10,000 to help children in war-torn Northern Uganda.

THE BETTER HOUR Contest for High School Students is associated with the documentary film "THE BETTER HOUR: The Legacy of William Wilberforce," which airs on public television, and the related study guide, "CREATING THE BETTER HOUR: Lessons from William Wilberforce," with foreword by Rick Warren (www.thebetterhour.org).

From left, Ellie's father, Dr. John Morse, Ellie Morse and Rep. Tanner.

Contact: Randy Ford, 202.225.4714, randy.ford@mail.house.gov

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Ellie Morse with Jay Hein, director of the White House Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives, in front of the White House.

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Ellie's father, John, along with Ellie Morse, Jay Hein, director of the White House Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives, and Sheila Weber, VP of Communications for the Wilberforce Project, in front of the White House.

 

Project Photos    [awards * projects * portraits * logos]

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A TBHC_0001_3018Morse-P1030020.jpg

Ellie Morse and her Tennessee lobby group in her representative's office.

B TBHC_0002_0542-Mulhern-SaveYour Soles 2.jpg

Ryle Mulhern with a portion of his group of volunteers who brought shoes to thousands of homeless and disadvantaged members of their community.

 

C TBHC_0003_0594Urbach-04_JourdanUrbachAtCarnegieHall.jpg

Jourdan Urbach playing in a benefit performance and Carnegie Hall.

D TBHC_0004_0594Urbach-JBU_Finale_7777.jpg

Jourdan Urbach playing in a benefit performance.

 

E TBHC_0005_2932Eberhart-lobbyday 006.jpg

Ashley Eberhart with part of her team at at a training day for lobbyists.

F TBHC_0006_2935Gregory-magazine491010.jpg

Greyson Gregory and his web team.

G TBHC_0007_3018Morse-heroes.jpg

Ellie Morse with her Invisible Children Heroes in Washington, DC.

H TBHC_0008_3124Jayaratne-Com Service 8.jpg

Sarasi Jayaratne participates in class that has benefited from her work.

I TBHC_0009_3124Jayaratne-Com Service 10.jpg

Sarasi Jayaratne distributing books.

 

Portraits   [awards * projects * portraits * logos]

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K TBHC_0006_AshleyEberhart.jpg
L TBHC_0002_RileyMulhern.jpg
M TBHC_0001_3018Morse-P1030020.jpg
N TBHC_0004_GreysonGregory.jpg
O TBHC_0003_JourdanUrbach.jpg

Logos    [awards * projects * portraits * logos]

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Hi-Res THE BETTER HOUR CONTEST logo in PNG format with transparency.

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