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PAUL B. JOHNSON | HPE Sisters and T. Wingate Andrews High School graduates Lashea Alford, left, and Nate' Alford enjoy treats at the Back To School Bash Saturday at the Carl Chavis Branch of the High Point YMCA. The sisters were among the volunteers helping at the event.

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PAUL B. JOHNSON | HPE The percussion section for the T. Wingate Andrews High School Marching Band arrives at the Back To School Bash Saturday at the Carl Chavis Branch of the High Point YMCA.

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PAUL B. JOHNSON | HPE Volunteers with GracePoint Church sort clothes given away as donations during the Back To School Bash Saturday at the Carl Chavis Branch of the High Point YMCA.

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Jake Hagler IV and Christina Carter with the Carl Chavis Branch of the High Point YMCA prepare for Saturday's bash. PAUL B. JOHNSON | HPE 

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SPECIAL | HPE Teen Leadership High Point Chairman Cyril Jefferson, left, with the first class of graduates after the Tuesday luncheon at the Hartley Drive Family YMCA.

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Want to go?

- What: Sports performance training day for teens

- When: Friday, July 12 from 12:30-3 p.m. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m.

- Where: Hartley Drive Family YMCA

- Open to all youth ages 13-17

- Information: Contact Darryl or Stacy Burrus, 336-869-0151

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Nigel Alston, executive director of the N.C. Black Repertory Company, facilitates a name game activity with students attending the Teen Leadership High Point program Tuesday. LAURA GREENE | HPE

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High Point City Councilman Chris Williams addresses the crowd at Sunday's Juneteenth celebration at Carl Chavis Memorial Branch YMCA. Williams is joined on stage by; from left; Guilford County Board of Education member Khem Irby; Carl Chavis YMCA branch Executive Director and Guilford County Commissioner Carlvena Foster and City Councilwoman Monica Peters.

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