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‘YOUTH SPEAK OUT’

Hosted by Monticello Interfaith Council and NAACP

September 16, 2013

[MONTICELLO] – Monticello youth and area leaders are invited to attend a “Youth Speak Out” on Friday, September 27 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Ted Stroebele Center on 2 Jefferson Street in Monticello.  The event is open to young people in grades 6 through 12.  It is sponsored by the Monticello Interfaith Council Youth Committee and the Sullivan County NAACP.

The public is invited.  Food and beverages will be served.

The purpose of the “Youth Speak Out” is to help young people identify concerns and seek solutions – and encourage area adults to hear their struggles, interests and ideas.  The goal is to assist the youth with building stronger civic engagement and community relations to bring about positive changes.

Individuals would like to donate food or refreshments for this event should contact Shannon Daniel at 845-796-8846 or jackson.shannon1@gmail.com.  Monetary donations should be made payable to Sullivan County NAACP (put Youth Speak Out on the memo line) and mailed to PO Box 316, Monticello NY, 12701.

Sullivan Renaissance is helping to coordinate the event, for more information contact Cara Kowalski at 845-295-2405 or volunteer@sullivanrenaissance.org.

YOUTH SPEAK OUT MISSION STATEMENT

Permit the youth to be expressive in a community setting to gain a sense of his/her desires, and to build and enhance youth civic engagement and involvement within our culturally diverse community, through mentorship and advocacy.

  • Goal #1: For youth to create solutions to the struggles and challenges they face through youth building, development and partnership.
  • Goal #2: To promote innovation to build character and bring about positive change.