An early morning start for seminary students in Chicago

After arising at 4:50 each school-day morning, 16-year-old Sonia Brown leaves home at 5:25 to make her way by Chicago Transit Authority bus and train through the streets of the third-largest city in the U.S. Her destination: seminary class.

Alfred Johnson attends the same class, delivered each morning by his ward's Young Men president, Jared Miller.

On the other side of the city, Reggie Radford attends seminary each morning with four other people — classmate Tahir Edwards, co-teachers Joseph and Fernanda McCammon, and Lewis Clark, the ward member who drives him to seminary.

These three are among a cluster of high-school-age students who venture out early in the morning to attend seminary in Chicago.

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