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City's first lady joins in on One ABQ Challenge

KOB.com Web Staff
August 10, 2018 08:55 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Albuquerque's first lady was at UNM Hospital on Friday to bridge generations in the One ABQ Challenge. 

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Volunteers young and old joined Elizabeth Kirstin Keller to help make cards and provide gifts for pediatric patients.

"The mayor and I are asking everyone in Albuquerque to make time in August for at least one act of service related to this year's theme: connecting youth and elders," she said. "That could be creating a project of your own for your community or volunteering at one that already exists and is posted on the website."

The citywide challenge celebrates organizations working to make a difference in Albuquerque, with a goal of inspiring volunteers to give back to the community.

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