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Project Most Alumni Look Back At Their Experience As Youth Leaders

On the evening of a recent school day, John Marshall Elementary School students were busy learning and playing under the watchful eye of nine teenagers, who work as Project MOST youth leaders.


The teens, who attend East Hampton High School or have graduated and gone on to college, help teach, lead and guide the elementary school students during their three-hour after school program. And not long ago, these teens were Project MOST kids themselves. Read Story

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