Middle school students attending the Youth United Summer Leadership Camp led by Lexington United are shown learning a cooperative game to resolve conflict and build community. Photo provided      (from left) Marvon Ray Bond (10); Ya'el Brown (11),  Simon Houlihan (12), Daimin Bennett (12), Alexa Land (13), and Isabelle Blackburn (10) work on their communication and team-building skills during the co-operative game " Do you love your neighbor? " during Lexington United's Summer Leadership Camp.
Middle school students attending the Youth United Summer Leadership Camp led by Lexington United are shown learning a cooperative game to resolve conflict and build community. Photo provided (from left) Marvon Ray Bond (10); Ya'el Brown (11), Simon Houlihan (12), Daimin Bennett (12), Alexa Land (13), and Isabelle Blackburn (10) work on their communication and team-building skills during the co-operative game " Do you love your neighbor? " during Lexington United's Summer Leadership Camp.
Middle school students attending the Youth United Summer Leadership Camp led by Lexington United are shown learning a cooperative game to resolve conflict and build community. Photo provided (from left) Marvon Ray Bond (10); Ya'el Brown (11), Simon Houlihan (12), Daimin Bennett (12), Alexa Land (13), and Isabelle Blackburn (10) work on their communication and team-building skills during the co-operative game " Do you love your neighbor? " during Lexington United's Summer Leadership Camp.

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