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Last updated 9/29/2006 at Noon

FALLBROOK — Potter Junior High School in Fallbrook is seeking mentors for its Potter Reaches Out school-based mentoring program. Mentoring can help at-risk teens navigate the stormy waters of adolescence. For just one hour each week, individuals can have positive influences on youth.

Potter Reaches Out Mentoring began in March. Seventeen mentors provided over 300 hours to 22 Potter seventh and eighth grade students. The mentors ranged in age from 19 to 82 and were teachers, college students, homemakers, principals, administrative assistants and parents. “The kids don’t seem to care a...

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