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Posted on: June 28, 2017

Savannah Youth Ambassadors painting homes


For Immediate Release
Date: June 28, 2017

Today dozens of Savannah Youth Ambassadors participated in a community project; painting two homes in need of repair.

The Ambassadors put a fresh coat of paint on homes located at 921 Googe St. in Carver Village and 1030 W. 39th St. in Cuyler-Brownville.

Neel Patel became an Ambassador just one month ago. “This is the best summer program I’ve ever been a part of,” Patel said. “This program is about teaching me to be a leader, to give back to the community and work on group projects with other students.”

The Savannah Youth Ambassadors Program is made up of local high school students. The program fosters youth leadership and civic engagement through City-sponsored training, cultural exploration opportunities, and Make a Difference community impact projects.

For more information about Savannah Youth Ambassadors visit

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