Youth program bears Arehart's DNA

Room 319 on most days looks like it’s managed by a professor with concentration issues. In one corner, carnation seedlings are growing in a happy haphazardness. Across the room, a semblance of a clothesline is tacked to wall and weighed with clips that hold clusters of affirming notes the students write to each other each week. In between, the walls are painted with the kinds of murals junior-high kids paint for themselves. This is their room, and one of the best symbols of the massive... Read More
Posted by Jane Roberts at Thursday, Mar 9
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