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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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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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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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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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