November 29, 2004

11/18/2004 AT 11:00 AM EST

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Dying to Fit In

A fraternity rite turns ugly, then fatal, for Gordie Bailey and adds to a string of binge-drinking deaths on campus. Bailey's family has started a foundation in his memory. The mission of The Gordie Foundation is threefold: to educate the public about alcohol poisoning, to identify steps parents and students can take to prevent such tragedies and to eradicate fraternity hazing in any form. To find out more, write to:
The Gordie Foundation
Post Office Box 191889
Dallas, Texas 75219

Yes, They Deliver

Needy families looking for a holiday bird can depend on teens Dan and Betsy Nally. Find out more about their charitable organization by going to the website for Turkeys 4 America.

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Haute Face Cosmetics: The line of products, which offers makeup for women of every skin tone, is available for prices ranging from $20 for a lipstick to $65 for a Color Disc at Saks Fifth Avenue, 800-330-8497.

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