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The Anderson County Community of Promise met June 4 at the Board of Education training room to celebrate its 10-year anniversary of participating in the Community of Promise Initiative under the America’s Promise for Youth Alliance, according to a press release.
The program began in May 2003 and has continued to grow over the last 10 years, the press release said.
“Being a Community of Promise participant means working together for the good of our citizens in the following components: health and nutrition, community service, intergenerational opportunities, after-school activities and in-school and community tutoring and mentoring,” Community of Promise members said.
If interested in being involved and serving on a committee, call Jacque Zeller, director of community education, at 502-839-3754 for more information.