Class Act: Local Student Named Top Texas Volunteer

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DALLAS -- Nobody gets into charity work for the glory of it, but hey, it never hurts to get a little recognition! And that’s what makes Cullen Corr our Class Act of the Week, brought to you by Baylor, Scott & White Health.

Cullen is a junior at Episcopal School of Dallas, but more importantly he’s the founder of Kids Helping Kids!

He was recently honored for all his hard work as one of the top two youth volunteers in Texas by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.

The award came with a $1,000 prize and a trip to Washington D.C. for four days of National Recognition events, where 10 of the 102 students will be named the top youth volunteers in the country!

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