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WITH DR. KING IN MIND, SOBRO YOUTH SPRUCE UP SHELTER

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Local youth who are enrolled in a program that helps them earn a GED while learning construction skills gave back to their community on Monday, January 15, painting the hallways and doors of a soup kitchen on Webster Avenue.

The volunteer effort, which coincided with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day saw nearly a dozen members of the South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp.

Posted 7:03 pm, October 10, 2011
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