When you look back at 2012, what are you most thankful for, your greatest achievement, or your fondest memory?

Diana Curtis

“To be blessed and clean and sober, and to be able to watch my two grandchildren and three children get older.”

Mac Strongg

“I became a recording artist. I perform rap music and I just signed with a recording company.”

Maurice Lewis

“The greatest thing I did this year was getting A’s and B’s and going to high school.”

Felice Woodring

“I got my own apartment. I used to be homeless, but now I live by myself in my own apartment.”

Rashed Mitchell

“I made the honor roll at Polk School. I’m in seventh grade, and I’m going to stay on the honor roll. It makes me feel good.”

Ungra Morris

“I’m still living in 2013, and I’m glad to be here. I’m just happy, but I don’t know what I’m happy for, but I’m just happy.”