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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
Emerald Youth Fellows Meet with Mayor Rogero
Emerald Youth Foundation
August 7, 2012 - Mayor Rogero met with members of the Emerald Youth Fellows program today. The program is part of the Emerald Youth Foundation which is a Christian, urban youth ministry that serves more than 1,200 urban young people each year. 12 young adults who just graduated high school in May are part of the 2012 Fellows program.

Emerald Youth Fellows
Standing in back - Josh Butler and Gabrielle Drinkard; Standing in front -
Sherena Domingo, Mayor Madeline Rogero, Keyla Banks, Amber Jordan and Emerald Youth Fellows Director Cedric Jackson

Emerald Youth Fellows
Emerald Youth Foundation

Emerald Youth FoundationEmerald Youth Foundation serves Knoxville's urban youth - elementary age through young adult - with curriculum and programs that pour into their heads and hearts.

They focus on four strategic pillars of development for each child: faith, education, relationships, and health. Afterschool, nightly, and weekend programs are offered.
For Immediate Release
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