SOUTH HOLLAND | At age 11, Glennita Williams' first project for military personnel was to send 1,000 Twinkie snack cakes to soldiers in Afghanistan.
Glennita Williams, a Thornwood High School sophomore, was given the royal treatment at the recent Black Entertainment Television network's Black Girls Rock gala in New York. She won the Making a Difference award for the nonprofit she founded that helps military personnel.
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