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Champion Academy deserves support (access required)

Roland Williams knows how hard it is to grow up poor in Rochester and find success. The former National Football League tight end and East High School graduate no longer lives in Rochester, but he still makes it a priority to give back to the Rochester community by working to help teens in poverty achieve success. Williams’ ...

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