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Prince George Sikh Youth wants to bridge the faith gap between generations

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When Manpreet Sidhu was just sixteen, she and her sister formed the nonprofit Prince George Sikh Youth. She tells Betsy Trumpener why her faith is important to her, and how she hopes to reach young and old alike with her organization.

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You can learn more about Manpreet and Prince George Sikh Youth at pgsikhyouth.blogspot.ca.

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