AAYI teams up with DJ Mr. 262 to give back this Thanksgiving | Kenosha Unified School District

AAYI teams up with DJ Mr. 262 to give back this Thanksgiving

Kenosha Unified School District’s African American Youth Initiative (AAYI) students from Indian Trail are participating in an annual weekend charity event organized by Carey Norris, also known as DJ Mr. 262. The event began as a hat and glove drive but has since grown into a much larger event, including reading to Brass Community School kindergarteners and volunteering at the Shalom Center of the Interfaith Network Food Pantry. This weekend, the group also will participate in a bowling event at Guttormsen Recreation Center, visit Brookside Nursing Home and serve a Thanksgiving dinner to the less fortunate at the Shalom Center.

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