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Heaping praise of Project Ready

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Naomi Robinson, 13, tells how Project Ready has helped her prepare for high school, as state Sen. Tom Wyss and AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards listen Friday at the Fort Wayne Urban League. AT&T has donated $15,000 to the Urban League’s Empowerment Center, which sponsors Project Ready, a program aimed at high school success and college readiness.

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