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Published: Tuesday, 10/20/2009

Moving up by cleaning up

Toledoan Robert McCreary, 18, left, and Charlie Johnson mulch property at the Municipal Skyway Marina as part of a job-training program through Toledo Grows-CITE. Mr. Johnson is the CITE program manager on the job. Toledoan Robert McCreary, 18, left, and Charlie Johnson mulch property at the Municipal Skyway Marina as part of a job-training program through Toledo Grows-CITE. Mr. Johnson is the CITE program manager on the job.
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Toledoan Tre Smith, 17, weeds the property. Young Smith and young McCreary were among six area youths at the site yesterday through Toledo Grows-CITE, which teaches job skills to at-risk teens. CITE is a Lucas County Juvenile Court job-training effort, and Toledo Grows is the Toledo Botanical Garden's community garden outreach program. Toledoan Tre Smith, 17, weeds the property. Young Smith and young McCreary were among six area youths at the site yesterday through Toledo Grows-CITE, which teaches job skills to at-risk teens. CITE is a Lucas County Juvenile Court job-training effort, and Toledo Grows is the Toledo Botanical Garden's community garden outreach program.
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