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  • Garrett Temple starts a new mentoring program at Sacramento High School

    The Kings' Garrett Temple helped serve dinner with teammates Frank Mason III, and Harry Giles at Sacramento High School where he started a program to mentor students. It's an idea he came up with this summer to help bridge the divide between private and public schools.

Garrett Temple starts a new mentoring program at Sacramento High School

The Kings' Garrett Temple helped serve dinner with teammates Frank Mason III, and Harry Giles at Sacramento High School where he started a program to mentor students. It's an idea he came up with this summer to help bridge the divide between private and public schools.
Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee