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This Kid Rocks: Jacob Jacobs of Wake Forest

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WAKE FOREST, N.C. -

WNCN Today is highlighting kids in and around the Triangle for a new series called "This Kid Rocks."  Our first kid that rocks is Jacob Jacobs from Wake Forest.

Jacob is a senior at Wake Forest –Rolesville High School where he plays on the football team, takes on a full load of AP classes and is on the National Honor Society.

Jacob may be a great student and athlete, but he is also making a difference in his community. He organized a bowling for the blind event for kids, which will continue in Wake Forest. Jacob is also a member of the local Youth Leadership Group.

If you would like to nominate a kid for "This Kid Rocks," email us at today@wncn.com.

Phil Sanchez

Phil anchors WNCN Today weekday mornings starting at 5! In his “Phil Fills In” series, he highlights interesting and entertaining careers by giving them a try. If you’d like Phil to fill in for you, contact him!

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