Helping Hands

Brooks, Alexandria Rose
December 2006
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/15/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 14, p3
The article presents the author's experience in reporting about the recognition given to former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush for their joint efforts to raise more than $1 billion to help victims of the 2004 tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. Clinton and Bush were given the Liberty Medal which symbolizes leadership of liberty and freedom. The medals were given to the presidents by a student from Indonesia and 13-year-old girl from New Orleans.


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