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From the website of the Foundation for Metrowest:

“When I was approached by parents looking to find a safe haven for GLBTQ high school-age youth to get together, I knew we could create something unique in the MetroWest community,” says Rev. Jack Lewis, Coordinator. “But I had no idea that WAGLY, the West Suburban Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth, would grow as rapidly, and as meaningfully, as it has.”

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