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General Assembly lauds Reuse and Replay organization as role model

The General Assembly has approved a resolution honoring Reuse and Replay, a charitable organization founded in Arlington that has worked to donate used but usable sports equipment to those in need across the commonwealth and around the globe.

The initiative was founded in 2016 by Yorktown High School student Mia Lee, and has expanded to other schools across Arlington.

The volunteers “have worked tirelessly to increase access to athletic equipment for those in need, and serve as excellent role models for their fellow students,” noted the resolution, patroned by Del. Rip Sullivan (D-48th).

In 2017, several members of the organization traveled to Tanzania, where they worked to distribute sports equipment, school supplies and other items.