“Project Greatness” to empower at-risk kids this weekend

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) -  Volunteers from Project Greatness will create a safe haven for at-risk kids in north St. Louis this weekend.

The program helps more than 125 at-risk kids grades K-8 who live in Ferguson, Florissant, Jennings and Moline Acres. Volunteers will paint murals and empowering messages to inspire the kids, create gardens to teach kids how to grown their own food, and clean and do repair work throughout the school.

Project Greatness Runs from 9am - 4pm this Saturday at 1826 Chambers road.

More information: ProjectGreatnessSTL.com.