A "Second Home" for Chicago Youth - 5:13
with Mimi LeClair, Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago
Posted Jun 25, 2018
Boys & Girls Clubs Chicago serves over 18,000 youth each year. Promoting academic success and leadership skills, many students consider the Club to be their second home.
Hosted by: Ellee Pai Hong Produced by: Greater Chicago Newsmakers Team
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