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Honor ages 11-22 for their impact on the community

Citizen Staff Writer
Tucson Youth Week

Young people can make an extraordinary impact at home, in their schools and in the community.

You can recognize a young person for acts of kindness and good work during Tucson Youth Week.

Ages 11-22 can be recognized for anything from baby-sitting siblings to helping a classmate with homework to volunteerism or activism.

Parents can recognize their children, and youths can submit the names of friends or themselves.

All youths will be acknowledged, and there is no limit to the number of names a person can submit. Last year, 3,200 youths were honored.

They will be recognized April 25 at Himmel Park, 1000 N. Tucson Blvd.

To recognize a youth, go online to http://tucsonyouthweek.event interface.com/tucsonyouthweek/ index.cfm. For information, call 624-7225 Ext. 203.

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Honor ages 11-22 for their impact on the community

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