Mentoring program aims to pass it on
Tunica County residents and Teacher for America staff pledged to Pass It On, Be a Mentor at the Meet and Greet for Tunica County’s Mentoring Program in mid September. Billy Willis, Director of Parks and Recreation, and County Administrator Clifton Johnson offered remarks.
“The life of a child is a repeated cycle and has three major components: home, school and community,” Willis said.
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