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Cheryl Ann Wadlington

(Cheryl Ann Wadlington, center rear, and some of the Evoluer House girls.  Photo provided)

Evoluer House, Empowering Girls

“Whether it was the high STD rate, teen violence, or the high high school drop-out rate, we knew that something had to be done,” says founder Cheryl Ann Wadlington.

07/08/2013

Evoluer House celebrates 600th graduate of Empowerment Program for Teen Girls. (Credit: Cherri Gregg)

Evoluer House Offers Summer Camp Program For Career-Minded Teens

Unemployment among teens age 16 to 19 is about 25 percent nationwide. One local non-profit is hoping to change that through a workforce development program for teen girls.

07/08/2012

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