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2/4/04

Businesses Mentor Shadows

Professionals across the South Plains are seeing their shadows. Wednesday, February 4th was Groundhog Shadow Day. The NewsChannel 11 staff mentored eleven students from area high schools. We were just one of 400 businesses on the South Plains that participated in the project.

The goal is to give high school students an inside look at the fields they may want to choose as careers.

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