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July 30, 2014 11:31 PM

Merlene Davis: Funding for after-school program is goal of upcoming East End walk

Current and former residents of East End are not going to let the actions of a few hooligans paint a negative image of the neighborhood they love. The East End Family Reunion Coalition and the non-profit Center for Families and Community Services are hosting a skate/walk called "First Annual Planting Seeds for the Future" to fund academic, cultural and social after-school programs at the Charles Young Community Center.

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