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National Youth Service Day #438986

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 21, 2001
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(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Report introduced.

(New York: Brian Palmer) The 13th annual National Youth Service Day featured; scenes shown of young adults in New York working at a soup kitchen. [MAN - says the kitchen is a "love kitchen".] [Volunteer Seneca JOHN - says giving to less fortunate people is "something special".] [South Bronx Job Corporation Frances RODRIGUEZ - says young people helping others need to be seen.] [National Youth Service Steve GULBERTSON - says young people are committed to serve others.] [Corporation for National Service former CEO Harris WOFFORD - talks about young people getting involved with society.] [Sophomore Efi CAMERON - says she is glad to be able to give.]

Frazier, Stephen;
Palmer, Brian

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