C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc & MyFi Youth Coalition presents to you,“Way too smart to start”

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C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc & MyFi Youth Coalition presents to you,“Way too smart to start”. Saturday, March 28, 2015, 10am-2pm

Who: Ladies between the ages of 7-18 & Volunteer Ladies between the ages of 18-22

Cost: Free (Lunch, classy bag & community service certificate included)

Where: 4000 Fruitridge Road (Fruitridge Community Center)

When: Sat. March 28,2015 (10am-2pm)

What: The purpose of this project is to allow ladies between the ages of 7-22 to come up with their own ideas on how to avoid the pressures of youth alcohol substance abuse so that they can confidently avoid the pressures of engaging in alcohol and drug abuse. This project will also educate attendees of the dangers of alcohol abuse and crime prevention.

This is an important project because according to the “Surgeon General’s call to action statistics”, youth are exposed to alcohol and drugs in social settings and because teens are influenced heavily by their social settings, it’s important for them to have strategies and understand consequences before allowing themselves to be pressured to engage in such activities.

Teens will be able to host a forum for youth under 12 that address the realities of crime, teens can earn community service hours and if participation is exceeding they can earn letters of experience for employment opportunities.

To register, visit: http://www.classymbrsonly.org/calendar_events.aspx or email us at : classymbrsonly@yahoo.com

Please include the age, name, telephone number and parent’s email on the event’s page.


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