Wolves' No. 1 pick Towns visits Minneapolis nonprofit after draft madness

Two days after the NBA Draft and just hours after a lengthy media tour in his new home, the Minnesota Timberwolves' No. 1 pick Karl-Anthony Towns visited a Minneapolis nonprofit bakery, the first of several community outreach events to come for the gregarious, gracious rookie. 

The bakery, Cookie Cart, helps provide teens ages 15 to 18 with leadership skills like customer service and financial training through their program. Towns met with the group of teens Saturday morning, signing autographs and even rolling some cookie dough of his own.
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