PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - An American family who lost their daughter in a massive earthquake in Haiti three years ago has finished building an orphanage in her memory.

The parents of Britney Gengel led about 150 family and friends, including U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern, D-Mass., in a solemn ceremony Saturday at the Be Like Brit orphanage in the coastal town of Grand Goave. "It was a beautiful ceremony and had a great dedication," said her father, Leonard Gengel, 52, of Rutland, Mass.

The $1.8 million, 19,000-square-foot facility has seismically resistant walls and a medical clinic. All the money came from donations.

Built in the shape of a letter "B," the orphanage will house 33 boys and 33 girls, representing the number of days Britney's body lay under the rubble. Gengel was a 19-year-old sophomore at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., who had gone to Haiti to hand out meals for a Christian charity. She died when the hotel where she was staying collapsed.

Haiti will mark the quake's third anniversary on Saturday.

Norris returns to NPR in new role

NPR says Michele Norris is returning in a new role after a leave of absence from the afternoon news show "All Things Considered." Norris stepped down from the show in October 2011 when her husband took a senior role in President Obama's re-election campaign. NPR says Norris -- who was born and raised in Minneapolis -- will return to the network as a host and special correspondent. She will focus in part on fostering conversations about race with "The Race Card Project," which she developed while on sabbatical. NPR says Audie Cornish will remain as co-host of "All Things Considered," replacing Norris. Rachel Martin will be the permanent host of "Weekend Edition Sunday," replacing Cornish. Norris joined NPR in 2002 to host "ATC." She will return to the air in February.

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