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Updated: June 13, 2013 5:33PM



More than 200 youths attended the second annual Youth Impact Day sponsored by the National Council of Negro Women South Suburban Chicago Section recently at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.

The topic of this year’s conference was “Passing the Torch to Future Generations.”

Greetings were given by Prairie State College President Eric Radtke, and Drema Lee Woldman, president of the South Suburban Section of the National Council of Negro Women.

The participants attended workshops relevant to challenges they are facing.

Turnitta Rayburn, of Matteson, chaired the event.

For information about the South Suburban Section of the National Council of Negro Women, email cmmayes7@aol.com.

Staff reports



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