Primm mentoring program changed lives for 4 students (Daily Bulletin)

POMONA – Pueblo School fifth-graders Panndra Cook, Danielle Wilson, Daisy Aleanter and Ki’Von Rhodes are more confident informed and responsible, thanks to the Primm /Pueblo Project.

Anderson Johnson, Mitchell Melvin Ward Martin, Richard Russell and Richard Webster had some time on their hands, so the Primm African Methodist Episcopal Church lay leaders decided to give it to children to Pomona’s Pueblo School.

The Pueblo/Primm Projects was inspired by the need to model positive behavior and the desire to give back to community. It has helped students improve academic performance, become better citizens and act as examples for other children, assert participants.

Activism is not new for the five Richard Allen Men, or RAMs. Following spiritual traditions for service established by AME church founder Richard Allen. They said their current pastor, feels service must be constant and purely motivated, explaining why it made sense to link the ch urch and school to help children