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'Kids Making It' helps at-risk youth

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WILMINGTON-- "Kids Making It" is a wood working program that helps at-risk youth in Wilmington. Tyrell Brockington has been involved with the group for nine years. "A lot of kids at early ages are starting to join gangs, getting in trouble and killing each other," Brockington says. "I think this is a good program to learn a couple of skills and move on." Brockington says the club helped him find his creative niche. The group makes a variety of wood items like pens, bowls and bottle stoppers. Youth are also allowed to sell their hand crafted work. On July 19, students will hold a silent auction at Level 5 on Front Street for the Making Magic show. Tickets are available now at the Kids Making It office. Kids Making It 15 S. Water Street (910) 815-3426

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Tickets are now on sale for the first ever Making Magic Fundraiser benefiting Kids Making It Woodworking Program! Shows take place July 19 at Level 5 at City Stage 21 N. Front Street in downtown Wilmington. The kid’s show, with admission of $10, includes a magic show and a workshop where kids learn a trick that they get to take home. General admission for the evening show, which includes a Magical Reception with roving magicians, food, drinks, a live and silent auction, raffles, door prizes, and adult magic show is only $35. Tickets are available at Kids Making It at 15 S. Water Street and at Crescent Moon in the Cotton Exchange, or by calling 910 815-3426. Gary Nunalee, David Cadigan, and John Henry Scott all local magicians, will amaze everyone with their magical illusions. Go to to read more about them. Help us make this an unforgettable night too and make some magic of your own! Donations and sponsors are still being accepted. For additional information on Making Magic or to make a donation, contact Shannon Andrews at Kids Making It Woodworking Program is a local non-profit organization that benefits at-risk and inner city youths throughout Wilmington and the surrounding area. KMI works with youths from all walks of life and troubled backgrounds to better influence the decisions that determine the path they choose to take in life. Visit us online at