Fifteen teens at Neighbor To Neighbor in Raleigh make solar-powered lights to send around the world so youth can play sports at night. Their work was on display July 17 at the N2N Solar Light Summer Games at Davie Street Park. The games featured field lighting and glow-in-the-dark sports equipment.
Fifteen teens at Neighbor To Neighbor in Raleigh make solar-powered lights to send around the world so youth can play sports at night. Their work was on display July 17 at the N2N Solar Light Summer Games at Davie Street Park. The games featured field lighting and glow-in-the-dark sports equipment. COURTESY OF SPENCER HATHCOCK
Fifteen teens at Neighbor To Neighbor in Raleigh make solar-powered lights to send around the world so youth can play sports at night. Their work was on display July 17 at the N2N Solar Light Summer Games at Davie Street Park. The games featured field lighting and glow-in-the-dark sports equipment. COURTESY OF SPENCER HATHCOCK

Column: Raleigh nonprofit sends solar-powered lights around the world

July 22, 2015 03:40 PM

UPDATED July 22, 2015 04:45 PM

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