Red-jacketed workers from the City Year program help various communities. On Monday at the Kauffman Foundation, an information session ended with a “spirit break” involving Jeff Shafer (top, center), a participant who graduated from Lincoln College Prep.
Red-jacketed workers from the City Year program help various communities. On Monday at the Kauffman Foundation, an information session ended with a “spirit break” involving Jeff Shafer (top, center), a participant who graduated from Lincoln College Prep. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Red-jacketed workers from the City Year program help various communities. On Monday at the Kauffman Foundation, an information session ended with a “spirit break” involving Jeff Shafer (top, center), a participant who graduated from Lincoln College Prep. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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