C.R.A.V.E leader La Toya Mayes, top right, goes through a role-playing exercise with children to teach them to have a positive attitude. The youth enrichment program for ages 6 to 18, based at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill, teaches lessons on character, respect, attitude, personal and family values and the importance of education. For details, call Mayes at 984-2975 or the center at 329-5661.
C.R.A.V.E leader La Toya Mayes, top right, goes through a role-playing exercise with children to teach them to have a positive attitude. The youth enrichment program for ages 6 to 18, based at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill, teaches lessons on character, respect, attitude, personal and family values and the importance of education. For details, call Mayes at 984-2975 or the center at 329-5661.
C.R.A.V.E leader La Toya Mayes, top right, goes through a role-playing exercise with children to teach them to have a positive attitude. The youth enrichment program for ages 6 to 18, based at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill, teaches lessons on character, respect, attitude, personal and family values and the importance of education. For details, call Mayes at 984-2975 or the center at 329-5661.

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