"My role is to try to pull out of them, you have the opportunity to affect people's lives and to change lives. And so I'm just trying to show them so that they can see for themselves...you're a lot smarter and a lot more talented then often we give you credit for," said Curran.
40 Quincy Notre Dame High School students were also in attendance today. During the event, the high school students were facilitators, role models, and participants.
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