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 Go Further: LAP Employee Assists, Mentors ‘At Risk’ Youth

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LOUISVILLE - Steve Milam, UAW FPS coordinator, Louisville Assembly Plant (LAP), sits on the board of directors of the Lighthouse Community Center (LCC). LCC is a local community center aimed at assisting and mentoring “at risk” youth. This nonprofit company started as a simple after-school program, with the ability to serve 45 students. Today, it has grown to accommodate 250 students.

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12/20/2012 6:00 AM