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Rowan Helping Ministries to paint media room at Knox

SALISBURY ó Program participants at Rowan Helping Ministries will be at Knox Middle School today painting the schoolís media center.
The participants are a part of the New Tomorrows program. The program teaches life skills to shelter guests and helps prepare them to be contributing members of the community.
ěWe are always excited to have members of our community help with special projects,î said Knox Principal Dr. James Davis.
Davis added the schoolís mission is to: ěLove Kids, Support Teachers, Involve Parents, and Pass it On.î
ěPositive organizations help us reach our goal and we are all extremely grateful,î he said.
ěI am glad to be able to help the school and to show that our New Tomorrow programs not only helps us individually but helps the community,î said program participant Kenneth Smith.
About a dozen church members from Cornerstone toured the school Monday to see what repairs needed to be made. More than 200 members also volunteered their skills to repair efforts.

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