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Now that [the Rev. Lee] Bines is stationed in Moncks Corner, he's turned his energies toward the troubled youth in the rural schools of Berkeley County. Those are the schools with the highest dropout rates, poorest population and most black students, a special area of concern to a black pastor.
Bines was trying to motivate about 50 young people at a luncheon Thursday afternoon. It was part of what he called the fourth annual Young Brothers to Men Summit, which continues through Sunday at Wesley United Methodist Church at Highways 6 and 315.
The summit, which also was sponsored by the Delta Alpha chapter of the Phi Alpha Fraternity, brings together educators, counselors, lawmakers and representatives of the juvenile justice system to encourage each other to keep trying to reach troubled youth. For instance, one of today's topics is "Breaking Strongholds: Confronting and Resolving Violence in the Youth Culture," with Moncks Corner Police Chief Chad Caldwell and staff from Lieber Correctional Institution in Ridgeville.
Read it all from the front page of yesterday's local paper.
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