Roswell program provides support for at-risk youth
by James Swift
nfulton@neighbornewspapers.com
06:17 PM, Wednesday, May 27
For more than half a decade, program director Amanda Reed has overseen Project Lift. Since its foundation in 2010, about 50 different students have participated in the Roswell-based mentoring program. “We really wanted to work with students who co...

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