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Oct 22nd

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Juvenile crime continues to decline

The Hennepin County Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) has reported a 10% reduction in the average daily population of the county’s Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) from 2009 through the 3rd quarter of 2010 by using community-based programs as an alternative to JDC.

The JDAI is a collaborative effort of the courts, probation, police, county attorneys, public defenders, schools, human services, and community members to create an effective, fair, and efficient juvenile justice system that produces positive outcomes for youth, while at the same time protecting public safety.
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WCCO to air United Negro College Fund's "An Evening of Stars" tribute to Chaka Khan

WCCO TV will broadcast United Negro College Fund’s television special, An Evening of Stars® Tribute to Chaka Khan., it was announced today by Brien Kennedy, WCCO TV Vice President and General Manager....
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Jerry Kill at North YMCA leadership series

Jerry Kill at North YMCA leadership seriesCutting-Edge Programming, leadership development, and community relevancy continue to be integral components of the vision of executive director, Henry Crosby, for the North Community YMCA Youth and T...
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Hallie Q. Brown Community Center to honor Judge Stephen Maxwell

Hallie Q. Brown Community Center unveiled two portraits of the late Judge Stephen Maxwell, the first African American district judge in Minnesota at its Annual Gala event on January 15.

“It was amazing...
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Hennepin County Senior Volunteers Honored

Foster Grandparents and Senior Companions in the community were honored at special luncheons in the Twin Cities last month for their voluntary services to children and the elderly.

Foster Grandparents P...
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