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Newman's Own Foundation Recognizes UAlbany Students' Efforts to Mentor At-Risk Youth in the Capital Region

National Award Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region

ALBANY, N.Y. (March 5, 2012) -- The University at Albany student group Reclassifying All Children Equally Organization (R.A.C.E.) was recognized nationally on Sunday by Newman's Own Foundation for its efforts mentoring at-risk youths in the community. As part of the third-annual Newman's Own Foundation Campus Community Service Challenge, R.A.C.E. Organization partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region for a Newman's Own Foundation grant. R.A.C.E. Organization was awarded $10,000 during this weekend's America East basketball tournament in Hartford, Conn.

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