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Children’s chorus founder honored

Herbert Jones at the office of the Boston Children's Chorus. Jones hopes to expand the reach of the chorus, particularly its annual Martian Luther King Day concert. Herbert Jones at the office of the Boston Children's Chorus. Jones hopes to expand the reach of the chorus, particularly its annual Martian Luther King Day concert. (Stewart Bishop for the Boston Globe)
By Stewart Bishop
Globe Correspondent / November 16, 2010

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Hubie Jones, a founding board member of City Year and a former dean at Boston University, has been named one of 10 winners of the 2010 Purpose Prize, awarded to social entrepreneurs over age 60 who work to improve society, contest officials said. (Full article: 517 words)

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