Thursday, October 13, 2011

Mentoring program needs 30 mentors

The Hour (Norwalk, CT) October 12, 2011

"The Building Futures through Mentoring program on Tuesday night evoked the legacy of Richard N. Fuller Sr., the late local civic leader, to recruit much-needed mentors.
'We don't have 60 mentors yet. In addition to that, we're trying to encourage African-American men to get involved. We're doing that on the legacy of Rick Fuller,' said Darlene Young, program coordinator. 'We've got a lot of young black boys and Hispanic boys who are on a waiting list, who are waiting for mentors.'
Fuller died Aug. 31 at age 67 after a lengthy illness. Over the years, he served Norwalk and its youth as a teacher, a school board member and as the executive director of The George Washington Carver Community Center." Read More

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