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"Partner With Youth" Campaign

The YMCA is offering you an opportunity to give back to the youth of the community.

The Y is kicking off its annual "Partners With Youth" campaign.

Because of donations, the YMCA was able to provide youth scholarships worth more than $693,000 during 2009-2010.

For more information about their campaign, or to donate, please contact Brandon Brown at 322-7816.

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