Rosa Parks students shop at Kohl’s courtesy Active 20-30 Club members

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Fun day of shopping

The Rosa Parks Student Support Center and the Men’s and Women’s Active 20-30 Club of Sacramento teamed up last month to provide 100 students with a shopping spree at Kohl’s, a free back-to-school haircut courtesy the Paul Mitchell School and a brand new backpack.

Students were paired with a 20-30 member who helped them purchase clothes and shoes totaling up to $144.

The Active 20-30 Club of Sacramento also chartered buses and provided warm breakfasts for everyone.

The club’s motto states: “One never stands so tall when kneeling to help a child.”