Acts of Kindness -- Tom Li

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Tom Li, 35, of Oak Park volunteers as a mentor and tutor for kids in neighborhoods all over the city twice a week. "I like working with kids. They're appreciative of the time I spend with them," Li says. "They're the future, and it's best for society to do right by them."

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WE ALL HAVE TO THINK OF WAYS TO GET YOUTH INVOLVED WITH SOME KIND OF ACTIVITY SO THEY DO NOT HAVE TO MUCH TIME ON THIER HANDS. I FOR ONE AM PUTTING ON CHAIRITY EVENTS ALL OVER THE CITY AND PLAN ON GETTING THE YOUTH IN THOSE NEIGHBORHOODS INVOLVED, EITHER IN SET-UP OR WORKING OR TEAR-DOWN.

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