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Young Leaders Society delivers treats and hopes to make a difference in the Roanoke Valley

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One group is doing what it can to help make a difference in the community. Young Leaders Society is part of the United Way of Roanoke Valley. Members include civic-minded young professional who are 40 years old or younger.

This week they baked hundred of cookies and delivered the treats to the Oliver Hill House. Members said the baked goods were just one way to help others. The goal of the program is to volunteer and give back to the community. Some of the group members are also known as Catalysts. They provide an annual gift of $250 or more to United Way and are dedicated to supporting issues such as education and health.

For more information about the Catalysts Young Leaders Society go to

http://www.uwrv.org/catalyst-young-leaders-society

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