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Pictures of Hope helps homeless youth achieve dreams

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For homeless Tucson youth, a picture may be worth more than a thousand words thanks to photojournalist Linda Solomon and her program, Pictures of Hope. On Saturday, the award-winning program will provide a photography lesson to kids who participate in the housing and homeless programs at the Salvation Army. Fifteen homeless children will explore Tucson with a mentor and take pictures that represent their hopes and dreams.

At the end of the program, award winning photojournalist Linda Solomon, will collect the memory cards and put together a portfolio for each child. These photos will be featured in an exhibit in November for each family to observe. 

KVOA is a proud sponsor of this event and is looking forward to,  once again, partnering up with Pictures of Hope and the Salvation Army for this rewarding project.  

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