Co-op City youth got together last month to compete in an annual tournament at the Youth and Adult Kung Fu school on Dreiser Loop, but while the sporting event was competitive, everyone walked away a winner.
The tournament is just a part of a program that is building up the youth in Co-op City, allowing each child to realize his or her true potential and become productive citizens resisting the temptations of the street.
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