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As part of its effort to end the violence on the streets, Wilkinsburg’s Sanctuary Project hosted an Art and Talent Show for Peace for the Wilkinsburg youth in grades 6-12, at the Wilkinsburg Senior High School auditorium.
Art work was on display and the top five talent acts for grades 6-9 and grades 10-12 performed. A candle light vigil on the streets outside the high school concluded the evening.
The Sanctuary Project is a collaboration among the Wilkinsburg Ministerial Association, Wilkinsburg Community Ministry, churches, social service agencies, the mayor and police chief to end youth violence.
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