On the Cover: SkillsUSA Champion Tanya Quinn of Heber, Utah. Photo by Lloyd Wolf.
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Her mother had waited years to have a child, and so, after finally arriving, she was given the name Patience. It fits this young woman, who has persevered despite hardships that led her to question the value of education.
All it took was the pride in SkillsUSA students' eyes to turn State Farm's Kelly Bever into a major advocate. In a short time, she doubled her company's contribution and joined our national board. Now she's looking for new ways to, as the slogan goes, be there "like a good neighbor." [Read]