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Teens in Md. diocese catch the Ravens’ eye

Teens in Md. diocese catch the Ravens’ eye

The good work of teens from the St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ellicott City, Md., has caught the eye of the Baltimore Ravens and the Baltimore Sun. Tim Schwartz writes:

Nine St. John’s Episcopal Youth Group teenagers spent several hours hearing testimonies and serving lunch to poor and homeless people at the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore on the last Sunday in October.

It’s one of many good deeds done recently by the high school-age kids, which is why the group is among 16 organizations being recognized this season for their volunteer service by the Ravens and the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism.

Recipients of the 14th annual Honor Rows Program, the 46 youth group members and leaders will be honored at the Ravens home game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

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