CRAVE founder Latoya Mayes, right, goes through a roleplaying exercise with children to teach having a positive attitude.
CRAVE founder Latoya Mayes, right, goes through a roleplaying exercise with children to teach having a positive attitude.
CRAVE founder Latoya Mayes, right, goes through a roleplaying exercise with children to teach having a positive attitude.

Youth mentoring program teaches children to crave more out of life

July 22, 2008 12:16 AM

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