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KC students donate to DeKalb YSB

Members of the Kishwaukee College Criminal Justice Community Policing program and the HOPES Service Club decided to focus their outreach and assistance to local youth and even created a new student group on campus called All For The Kids. This fall, the group held two bake sales to raise money for the DeKalb County Youth Services Bureau. On Nov. 28, the group presented a check for $750 to YSB Clinical Director Raya Newman, who said the funding will be used to assist participating families for the holiday season. Pictured (from left) in the front row are Laurie Borowicz, KC president; Shantal Howlett; Catherine Camacho; Victoria Rodriguez; Richard Rojas; Raya Newman, YSB clinical director; and Trevor VanUs. In the back row are Zachary Dodson; Kevin Smith; Jaynan Harper; Colton Beaird; Dave Dammon, assistant professor of Criminal Justice; and Arron Atkinson.
Members of the Kishwaukee College Criminal Justice Community Policing program and the HOPES Service Club decided to focus their outreach and assistance to local youth and even created a new student group on campus called All For The Kids. This fall, the group held two bake sales to raise money for the DeKalb County Youth Services Bureau. On Nov. 28, the group presented a check for $750 to YSB Clinical Director Raya Newman, who said the funding will be used to assist participating families for the holiday season. Pictured (from left) in the front row are Laurie Borowicz, KC president; Shantal Howlett; Catherine Camacho; Victoria Rodriguez; Richard Rojas; Raya Newman, YSB clinical director; and Trevor VanUs. In the back row are Zachary Dodson; Kevin Smith; Jaynan Harper; Colton Beaird; Dave Dammon, assistant professor of Criminal Justice; and Arron Atkinson.

Members of the Kishwaukee College Criminal Justice Community Policing program and the HOPES Service Club decided to focus their outreach and assistance to local youth and even created a new student group on campus called All For The Kids. This fall, the group held two bake sales to raise money for the DeKalb County Youth Services Bureau. On Nov. 28, the group presented a check for $750 to YSB Clinical Director Raya Newman, who said the funding will be used to assist participating families for the holiday season. Pictured (from left) in the front row are Laurie Borowicz, KC president; Shantal Howlett; Catherine Camacho; Victoria Rodriguez; Richard Rojas; Raya Newman, YSB clinical director; and Trevor VanUs. In the back row are Zachary Dodson; Kevin Smith; Jaynan Harper; Colton Beaird; Dave Dammon, assistant professor of Criminal Justice; and Arron Atkinson.

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