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Wed December 7, 2011
Mentoring For Urban Youth
There's an old proverb that asks, how do you eat an elephant? The answer, one bite at a time. Join us for a look at two area organizations that are doing their part, bite by bite, to help address the needs of KC's urban youth in the areas of childhood obesity, literacy and youth violence. A group called High Aspirations is creating mentorship programs for African American young men ages 8-18, while the Legacy Foundation is doing individual, long-term tutoring.
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Legacy Benefit Run in June 2012