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The Youth2Youth: Partners for Peace leaders and Student Government Association officers at Tongue Point Job Corps Center got together on Martin Luther King Day for a service project to benefit United Way of Clatsop County. Forty kits containing useful personal care items purchased by the SGA for the local homeless population will be distributed through UWCC's partner agency, Clatsop Community Action. Over 100 pounds of food was also collected and donated. Pictured, from left, Taylor Daffern; Anthony Marabella; Sarah Phillips; Matthew Sutterer; Jennifer Holen, UWCC director; Toni Lopez, acting SGA president; Dylon Koehler; Viviana Matthews, CCA deputy director; Trent Thomas; and Brittany Campbell.

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