Generation Serve celebrates 10-year anniversary

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Generation Serve—a nonprofit located at 8711 Burnet Road, Ste. B-33, Austin, that works to engage children in volunteerism— celebrated its 10th anniversary June 28. In the last decade, more than 40,000 children and their families have volunteered through the organization, which was called Little Help Hands until 2017. 512-358-6943. www.generationserve.org
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