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OKC Girl Honored In Washington, D.C.

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An Oklahoma City girl is in Washington, D.C., to be honored by the White House. An Oklahoma City girl is in Washington, D.C., to be honored by the White House.
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An Oklahoma City girl is in Washington, D.C., to be honored by the White House.

Katie Prior, 15, is one of 11 females selected as a Champion of Change. More than 1,000 nominations were received for the award. 

Prior is the founder of the Youth Trumpet & Taps Corps, a nonprofit organization that trains, supports and recognizes high school trumpet players who use their musical gifts to honor military veterans.

7/6/2015 Related Story: Giving Veterans A Final Salute Is An OKC Girl's Passion

"Katie is an inspiration to girls throughout Oklahoma. She is a true example of how one person can discover a problem, connect with others to learn more and take action to create sustainable change, making the world a better place," said Shannon Evers, CEO of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. 

Click here to learn more about Youth Trumpet & Taps Corps.

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