Sunday, August 24, 2003

Hey, kid! What're you doing?

Every day, thousands of kids in Greater Cincinnati are doing things that make their communities a better place to live. Do you know a student - high school age or younger - who's involved in individual or group activities that benefit people around them? If so, tell us about them.

Every week, Allen Howard writes about young people doing good things. But we need to hear more about the good deeds that sometimes go unnoticed. Contact Howard at 768-8362 or at

Include a brief explanation of the students' activities and the parents' names and phone numbers.

We welcome photos. Please submit them by mail or e-mail.

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Hey, kid! What're you doing?

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