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February 4, 2014 - Teen Runway Charity Fashion Show Benefits Children's & Women's
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The second annual Teen Runway Charity Fashion Show on Feb. 1, 2014 at McGill-Toolen High School benefited USA Children's & Women's Hospital by raising money for the hospital's evaluation center. Kellie Barrett (pictured above left) is the mastermind behind the show and a McGill-Toolen sophomore. This year's "It's Possible Award," a recognition annually given to a teen patient at Children's & Women's, was given to Natalie Hightower (right), 13, a Vancleave, Miss., patient who receives chemotherapy at the hospital. Behind her stands Jenny Biggs of Fairhope, Ala. Biggs is a brain tumor survivor and was last year's "It's Possible Award" winner. Biggs was the 2012 Alabama Champion Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network.

To see more photos from the fashion show, click here.

Below: Children's & Women's patient Natalie Hightower models on the runway at Teen Runway Charity Fashion Show on Feb. 1, 2014.

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