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COVINGTON, KENTUCKY (FOX19) -

United Way employees volunteered with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati on Tuesday.

More than twenty employees coordinated a field day for 100 kids participating in summer programs at the Boys & Girls Club.

The goal was to help the organization improve the quality of out-of-school-time experiences for low-income children.

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati provides youth development activities year-around to 11,200 kids ages 6-18 at seven cities in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

Learn more about the organization here: http://www.bgcgc.org/

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