Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: February 2, 4:01 am)
When Marqees Duncan was in middle school, he knew what to expect when he stepped out the door of his house. He knew to expect trouble in his neighborhood in the form of fights, bad people, drug deals, smoking marijuana – “all the wrong things” is how he described the scenario.
Now, thanks to his grandmother, staff at the Education Center @ Cropper and owners of the Bell House, Marqees said, “I did a whole 180 degrees; I am a whole other person.”
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