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“What is one thing you have accomplished so far this year?”


“I have become connected with my biological family on my mother’s side. I am doing well with seeing them.”- Everett chapter member, Jazmyne Carlin


“I performed at the YMCA final event banquet and helped participate in raising $4.7 million for the year.”- Seattle chapter member, Jaelyn Adams


“I joined the Marine Corps and was accepted into the Independent Youth Housing Program.”- Spokane chapter member, Eugene Baumgarden


“I overcame a bunch of barriers and finally got into housing. Also, I was recently signed on to be a feature on a music album. Stay tuned for the debut!”- Olympia chapter member, Bri Winslow


“I have started to bring awareness to the importance of the “one plant per person” motto, which fights global climate change.”- Tacoma Chapter Leader, Emily Freeman


“One of the things that I have accomplished so far this year is getting a job with a church that I have been involved and volunteered with for 12 years. I have learned a lot and am very happy with the opportunities that I have been given.”- Yakima chapter member, Tionna Tillequots


“Being happy!”- YAEH chapter member, Kylie McCroskey







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