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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.
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