NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad
October 9, 2013
My teacher told me about anytown going into my sophomore year of high school and I went into it blind having no idea what it was about and then once I got their it completely changed my life. I've always been the type of person that is accepting of all and believes as human beings we can all find ways to connect but it just took it to another level. I often say if everybody in the world could go through anytown it would be a better world. I also would tell anybody that my family made me who I am today but anytown made me the man I'm proud to be. There isn't a day that goes by where I don't use some of the skills that anytown taught me. Not to mention that I met some lifelong friends in my time there. The impact that anytown/nccj has on the youth in our community is invaluable and it will forever be a group I stand up and fight for.
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I would only work to expand it. If its not broke dont fix it is something I subscribe to and NCCJ is a great example of this theory.
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