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Columbus student strives to help those in need

9:31 AM, Feb. 26, 2013
Narin Jeong, a junior at Columbus Catholic High School, attends math class Feb. 22. Jeong founded the Columbus chapter of Habitat for Humanity last spring and has worked tirelessly to help students and the community since coming from South Korea more than two years ago.
Narin Jeong, a junior at Columbus Catholic High School, attends math class Feb. 22. Jeong founded the Columbus chapter of Habitat for Humanity last spring and has worked tirelessly to help students and the community since coming from South Korea more than two years ago.
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It's not every day a high school student almost single-handedly starts a new club at school.

Looking to get more involved in helping the community, and wanting to know that her efforts actually were achieving something, Narin Jeong created the Columbus Catholic High School chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

As a sophomore, Jeong was a member of the school's mission club, as well as the school's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, a club focused on community service, but she felt there was something missing from her experience. ...

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