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Coastal Sunrise Lapel Pin for United Way (Week #2): Big Brothers Big Sisters

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WSAV News 3 Coastal Empire's effort to raise awareness about the United Way Coastal Empire's General Campaign continues this week with a new pin on the lapel of anchor Dave Kartunen.

This week, we'll be taking you to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Coastal Empire. While this organization is well known around the country, the Coastal Empire chapter only got off the ground with United Way campaign dollars. They continue to do their work in community and school mentoring with young men and women through your United Way donations each year.

 

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