Mentoring program for boys having success in Cape Girardeau

From the Miami Herald article (Associated Press):

A program that helps young men reach their full potential is earning accolades from southeast Missouri leaders and members of the Missouri Legislature's Black Caucus.

The Southeast Missourian reports that the Honorable Young Men Club provides mentoring for students in the Cape Girardeau School District, but its organizers hope to expand elsewhere.

The program was begun in 2016 by four former Southeast Missouri State University football players, including one now with the Baltimore Ravens, Aaron Adeoye. The others — Wyky Jean, Kweku Arkorful and Cantrell Andrews — recently hosted a gathering to show the benefits of the program. The event was organized by former Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.

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