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Harris Elementary Student Diana Overman chosen as Riley Champion, Monday.

Honoring student for dedicated commitment

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Diana Overman, 11, is surrounded by media Monday after being named a Riley Champion award winner at the Riley Champion event and fundraiser kickoff. The Harris Elementary fifth-grader was named Riley Champion for her commitment to Riley Hospital for Children despite her health battles. She will serve as an ambassador for Riley throughout the year.