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Each year on a Monday night in late May, Cindy Goldstein steps to a podium at the B'nai B'rith Athletic and Achievement Awards banquet and announces the name of a local high school senior. And each year, a grateful teenager takes home the Artie Levin Personal Life Award, named in memory of Goldstein's father. [ See the nominees ] The winner receives a trophy after the audience is treated to a brief history of the man whose name adorns it. Goldstein also hands the winner a small memento, a bundle of copies of old newspaper clippings that provide a look into her father's life. Because tonight, when the award is presented for the 17th time at this year's banquet at the Sheraton Hotel in Roanoke, the recipient will be someone who probably was in diapers when Artie Levin died in 1996 at age 82. "I put it into a scroll so they'll have some sense of who my father was," Goldstein said.
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