The Bay Citizen’s “Citizen of Tomorrow” contest highlights Oakland group
on May 6, 2011
The Bay Citizen is celebrating its one-year anniversary by awarding $5,000 to the “Citizen of Tomorrow.” This award will go to a person or group that’s solving a problem in their community. Some 80 people applied and a committee of judges selected five projects.
One of the five contestants is East Bay Children’s Book Project, an Oakland-based group that gives away free books to anyone who works with children in need. Find out more about this organization and the other contestants on the Bay Citizen.
The Bay Citizen is asking readers to vote for who they think should win. Find the voting page here.
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