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Tuesday August 4th, 2015 11:58AM

Student recognized by Forsyth Co. Comm. for Community Service Program

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CUMMING - At its Thursday meeting, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recognized Remington Youngblood for his work in founding Change 4 Georgia, a community service program that provides students with opportunities to thank soldiers and veterans for their service.

Youngblood, a seventh grade student at Riverwatch Middle School, created Change for Georgia with the objective of "allowing students to get involved in their community, demonstrate loyalty to their country and actively assist the military."
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