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Goodwill programs affect diverse groups

7:41 AM, Mar. 13, 2013
Goodwill: Much more than a place to buy clothes
Goodwill: Much more than a place to buy clothes: Jeremy Pingel, store team leader at the Green Bay East store, discusses the mission of Goodwill and its role in the community.
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The impact Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin has on the community can be seen in the diversity of those who've been touched by the nonprofit's programs.

From the sounds of live music in a cafe to the cheers at a specially designed baseball diamond, many people owe at least one life experience to Goodwill beyond visiting the thrift store.

Carolyn Armstrong, program leader of Harmony Cafe, said one such experience takes place Fridays at the College Avenue coffee shop in downtown Appleton. Community members gather together to display their talents - in music, poetry or dance - ...

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