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We’re Helping Youth Inc. and R.E. Patrick & Associates will sponsor an autumn break college tour Oct. 18-21.

Colleges to be visited will be:

• Tennessee State University and Fisk University in Nashville.

• Alabama A&M, Huntsville.

• Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College and Morehouse College in Atlanta.

Tours include an admissions presentation, campus tours, lunch on campus, opportunities to meet students and university staff, transportation and accommodations.

There will be a registration meeting Aug. 18 at 11 a.m. at Flanner House, 2424 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St.

Cost of the tour is $345 (paid in full by Oct. 10). Payment plans are available ($100 non-refundable). No refunds will be given after Oct. 15.

For more information, contact Robert Patrick, executive director of WHY at Flanner House, (317) 227-7423 (voicemail) or [email protected]

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