Showing posts with label youth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label youth. Show all posts

Friday, June 4, 2021

THE BLACKBOX: Pride Youth Forum - June 6

Join the discussion at THE BLACKBOX for the Pride Youth Forum. Sunday, June 6 from 1 to 2:30 PM.


THE BLACKBOX: Pride Youth Forum - June 6
THE BLACKBOX: Pride Youth Forum - June 6



Friday, April 16, 2021

Senator Rausch schedules "Youth Legislative Forum" - May 7

"Are you a high school or middle school student in my district? I want to hear about your policy priorities for our Commonwealth.
Join me for my first Youth Legislative Forum on Monday, May 7 from 6 to 7:30 PM.
Register at tinyurl.com/studentsspeak2. See you there! #mapoli"

Senator Rausch schedules "Youth Legislative Forum" - May 7
Senator Rausch schedules "Youth Legislative Forum" - May 7

Sunday, December 6, 2020

New youth athletic training program at the YMCA

From Chris Raymond:

I’m reaching out from the YMCA in Franklin. I’m the new fitness director here and was hoping to share information on a new youth athletic training program at the YMCA. 

Student athletes can benefit by:
  • Gaining more confidence with strength training
  • Exercising in a safe and effective way
  • Be more active during their off season or periods of school program shut downs
  • Preparing for their season

Full Athletic Development Program - A program designed to give the student athlete or expected student athlete the foundational training for their sport. The individual will gain more confidence in their ability to strength train safety, improve overall work capacity, and stay healthy during periods of inactivity.

8 Weeks (skipping week of Christmas)
Small group training  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday  from 3:30 pm to 4:15 PM

Descriptions of each day:
Day 1 – Metabolic Conditioning – Cardiovascular training for all sports. General aerobic and anaerobic conditioning will benefit all sports with an emphasis on building good technique in running, jumping, and moving laterally. A well-conditioned athlete is able to perform at higher levels with sustained effort and without fatigue.
Day 2 – Foundations of strength - Building foundational strength transcends all sports. Using basic strength building exercises, an athlete can build the right mindset with exercise, self-esteem on and off the field, and reduce the risk of injury.
Day 3 – Core and functional training - Core training that improves posture and health movement. Improve the connection gap between strength and all of it’s body segments. Not just abs but movement that helps the body move better and more efficiently.
 
To register for the program https://bit.ly/AccelerateYourAthlete
 

New youth athletic training program at the YMCA
New youth athletic training program at the YMCA


Monday, March 2, 2020

Franklin Public Library - March 2020 Youth Services Events

Library Hours
The Library's regular hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, 1:30-5:00 p.m.

Programs for Children and Teens
Mondays
Move Along! 10:30 a.m.  For ages 0 – 5 years.
This thirty minute program features music, movement, stories, and other interactive activities to encourage social skills and promote early literacy! Parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate. No registration is required! Join us immediately after for an informal playgroup with toys and books for children who are accompanied by an adult. Connect with other parents and let little ones interact with one another!

Dungeons and Dragons Club for Kids! 3:30-5:00 p.m. For ages 7-13.
Kids ages 7-13 are invited to join us for a weekly Dungeons and Dragons Club! Dungeons and Dragons, also known as D&D, is one of the most complex tabletop games in history. The library will supply dice, rule books, and blank character sheets! We will be using the 5th edition books and rules. (Dungeon Masters must be ages 12 and up) Email mgousie@minlib.net to sign up!

Tuesdays
Cool Cruisers: a Playgroup for crawlers and early walkers! 9:30 a.m.
Babies who have graduated from tummy time and are scooting all over the place are welcome to this playgroup just for them! We recognize that fun age of exploring is very different from their first few months, so join us for a special playgroup just for this exciting time!

Get Ready for Kindergarten! 10:30 a.m. For ages 3 – 5.
This 45 minute program featuring stories, songs, activities, and crafts will help prepare your children for preschool and kindergarten.  Parents and caregivers can attend with their child if they wish.  No registration is required.

Toe-Tapping Tuesdays! 4:00 p.m. For ages 2-4.
Let's play some music and get those little toes grooving! Join us for an introductory class into creative movement using basic ballet moves and props. From tip toeing, twirling and skipping to jumping and tapping, we will have fun learning to move to the music while building coordination and confidence.

Code IT! 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the Month, 4:00 p.m. For Grades 4+.
Welcome to the evolution of technology programming at the Franklin Public Library.  Come on in for a Beginner level Hour of Code! Recommended for 4th grade and up. To sign up contact mgousie@minlib.net.

Wednesdays
Terrific Toddlers! 10:30 a.m.  For ages 18 months to 3 years.
Enjoy thirty minutes of interactive stories, songs, and activities for families and children from 18mo to age 3. No registration is required. Join us immediately after for an informal playgroup with toys and books for children who are accompanied by an adult. Connect with other parents and let little ones interact with one another!

Creation Station! 3:30-4:30 p.m. For ages 4+.
Join us each Wednesday for an afternoon of crafting, building, and flexing our creative muscles! We'll have themed crafts and building challenges each week in this special drop-in program that combines arts and crafts, Legos, and other fun surprises! There's sure to be something for everyone!

RAD Storytellers Club! 3rd Wednesday of the month, March 18th, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Join local author James Rad for a special book club and storytelling class for all ages! Young storytellers will share, learn, and create with middle-grade author James Rad and art teacher Amy Rad! Plus--pizza!

Thursdays
Baby Tummy Time! 9:30 a.m. For pre-walkers ages 0-18 months
Babies and caregivers: join us each Thursday morning for Tummy Time! Nurture your baby's development with gentle music, movement, and sensory play at the library! Please bring a small blanket or towel for your baby's comfort!

StoryXplorers! 10:30 a.m. For ages 0-5.
Join us for 30 minutes of themed stories, songs, and movement followed by 30 minutes of craft and sensory play!

Bookworm Bounce! 4:00-4:45 p.m. For ages 0-5.
Kids ages 0-5 are welcome to join us for an afternoon storytime full of music, movement, stories, and other interactive activities to encourage social skills and promote early literacy! Parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate! No registration required!

Tales for Tails!  2nd Thursday of the Month, 6:30 p.m. For Grades 2+.
Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to a trained therapy dog! Bring your favorite book or pick out one of ours to read. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. SPOTS ARE LIMITED. Email bcomeau@minlib.net to sign up!

Fridays

Happy Feet! Fridays, March 13th & 27th, 10:30 a.m. For ages 2-4.
Let's play some music and get those feet moving! Join us for an introductory class into creative movement using very basic ballet moves. We will have fun learning to move to the music while building coordination and confidence. Laughter and giggles are definitely expected!

Chess Club for Kids! March 13th & 27th, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. For ages 8-13.
A fun and educational program for kids? What more could you ask for? Whether you are new to the game or are a more seasoned player, we invite all kids ages 8-13 to join us! 

Saturdays

Baby Sensory! First Saturday of the Month, 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a 45 minute baby sensory program! Watch your little one interact and engage with a variety of sensory items! Sensory play is a fantastic way to help babies explore their worlds, stimulate the senses, and create little inquisitive explorers! Babies under 2 are welcome and encouraged! (Got older siblings? They can bring along a stuffed toy or baby and play along!)

Special Programs

Dog Man Party! Saturday March 7th, 10:30 a.m.
Join us for games, crafts, snacks and more as we celebrate everyone's favorite crime-biting canine!

Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt! March 13th-17th
Can you find the mischievous leprechaun hiding in the library? Drop in to the library at any point St. Patrick's Day weekend and follow the clues to win your share of the treasure!

Baby-Wearing Dance Party! Friday, March 13th, 9:00-9:30 a.m.
Strap your little one in and join us for music and movement together! Bond with your baby in a fun, interactive way for this half-hour program!

Storytime S.T.E.A.M.! Saturday, March 21st, 2:00 p.m.
Join us for a special reading of "How to Catch a Leprechaun" by Adam Wallace followed by a lucky gold challenge!!

Super Power Celebration! Saturday March 21st, 9:00 a.m.
Celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Day with a fun celebration of the way our differences are our superpowers!

Teen Programs

Artist Amigos! First Wednesday of the Month, March 4th, 6:00-6:30PM
Join us for a monthly artsy meetup in the teen room! Bring your own art projects to work on, or get inspired by fun prompts devised by our youth services librarians! Materials and snacks will be provided!

Volunteens! 1st & 3rd Thursday of the Month, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Calling all Tweens and Teens! Are you looking to build your resume? Have you ever been interested in volunteering at the library? Well now's your chance. Join us Thursday nights twice a month for volunteer projects! Attendance to at least one meeting a month is required.
For more information please contact Bree at bcomeau@minlib.net.

Teen Pasta Party! Saturday March 7th, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Teens! Bring along a bowl of your favorite cooked pasta as we celebrate one of our favorite ways to eat carbs! We'll have a topping bar to enjoy, and maybe some pasta related surprises!

Teen Advisory Board, 2nd Wednesday of the Month @ 6:30 p.m.
Join us each month for Teen Advisory Board! The Teen Advisory Board is a GREAT opportunity to get involved here at the library! You'll help plan events and programs, create displays and decorate the teen space, and help drive decisions around the kinds of materials we bring to the YA collection, from books and beyond, all while eating snacks and getting volunteer hours! It's a win-win-win!

Girls Who Code! 2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month 1:00-3:00 p.m. (6th-8th Grade!)
Club curriculum focuses on a culminating Girls Who Code Project, where girls work in teams to use their coding skills and bravery to solve a real world problem they care about by engaging in fun and simple self-guided coding tutorials that range from beginner to advanced in Scratch, Python, JavaScript, and Thunkable. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Please email mgousie@minlib.net to join!

Teen Spring Cleaning Swap! Saturday March 21st, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Teens! Are you in spring cleaning mode? Bring along clean, gently used clothes, accessories, or decor that no longer "spark joy", and swap with your friends! Discover new treasures and help your old ones find a new home!

This was shared from the Town of Franklin page
Franklin Public Library - March 2020 Youth Services Events
Franklin Public Library - March 2020 Youth Services Events

Monday, January 27, 2020

FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2

The Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) Musical Theater program will present “Disaster!” at THE BLACK BOX. This features an all-student youth cast on February 1 at 1:00 and 4:00 PM and an all-student teen cast on February 8 at 2:00 and 7:30 PM. Earthquakes, tidal waves, infernos, and the unforgettable songs of the '70s take center stage in Broadway’s side-splitting homage to classic disaster films.

With extensive programs in music, dance, and drama all housed under one roof, FSPA is uniquely positioned to offer an immersive interdisciplinary musical theater experience. Younger students explore the exciting world of musical theater with an introduction to basic skills in singing, acting, and dancing, while older and more advanced students build upon this foundation with increasingly challenging repertoire, technique, and scene work. 

Musical theater history and audition technique round out the department’s hands-on, multi-disciplinary opportunities. Alumni of FSPA’s Musical Theater program have gone on to perform on Broadway, in national tours, regional theater, cruise ships, and other venues around the world.

For tickets to “Disaster!” and more information on FSPA’s offerings, visit www.FSPAonline.com or call 508-528-8668. Performed .

 
FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2
FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Youth Basketball Leagues Enrolling for Smart Team Player Development through Fast-Paced Games in 3 v 3 Format (grades 1-6)

The YMCA is hosting 1 hour 15 minute youth basketball leagues, which will run Saturdays starting February 8th in Foxboro and Franklin and Sundays starting February 9th in North Attleboro. This eight week program is an addition to YMCA offerings and is available through partnership with the premier teaching program for youth basketball—Crafty Basketball, which is based in Mansfield, MA.
Youth Basketball Leagues
Youth Basketball Leagues

Crafty 3x3 Basketball develops players in grades 1-6 with its focus on doing the things smart team basketball players do. The benefit of 3 on 3 games vs traditional youth leagues is players will get more touches of the ball. Develop smarter, savvier players in a format different than 5 on 5 basketball. Learn how a passion for the game develops from playing beautiful, team-based basketball with an emphasis on combining skill and smarts.

Here is the breakdown of times by age group:

  • SATURDAYS (2/8-3/28): GRADE 1-2 8:30 a.m. (Franklin) 10:00 a.m. (Foxboro) coed; GRADE 3-4: boys 10:00 a.m. (Franklin) 11:30 a.m. (Foxboro) and girls 11:30 a.m. (Franklin) 1:00 p.m. (Foxboro); GRADE 5-6: boys 1:00 p.m. (Franklin) 2:30 p.m. (Foxboro) and girls 2:30 p.m. (Franklin) 4:00 p.m. (Foxboro)
  • SUNDAYS (2/9-3/29): GRADE 1-2 11:15 a.m. (North Attleboro) coed; GRADE 3-4: boys 12:30 p.m. (North Attleboro) and girls 1:45 p.m. (North Attleboro); GRADE 5-6 3:00 p.m. (North Attleboro) boys & girls divisions

Changing the way basketball is taught. Innovative scoring will reward your son or daughter for doing the things smart team players do: 1 Point awarded for any unassisted basket, 2 Bonus Points awarded for assisted back door cuts, 2 Points awarded for any other assisted basket, 1 Point awarded for free throw. Assisted scoring play occurs when player scores after pass and no more than 1 dribble. Each player on a winning team is awarded two points for a win. For games ending in a tie, all players receive 1 point.

Enroll today at: www.hockymca.org/crafty. Cost is $85 and you do not have to by a member of the Y. Non-members will be required to start an account by simply providing an email address and password. Questions, please contact the YMCA or your local Y’s sports director: in Foxboro Ashli Phillips ashlip@hockymca.org 508-772-1353; in Franklin Alex Dorson alexd@hockymca.org 774-235-2752; in North Attleboro Kerrie Francis kerrief@hockymca.org 508-643-5215.


About Hockomock Area YMCA: Where Cause Meets Community. At the Hockomock Area YMCA, strengthening community is our cause. The Hockomock Area YMCA is an organization of men, women, and children sharing a commitment to nurture the potential of kids, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility. 
Our YMCA is committed to partnering and collaborating with others to create and deliver lasting personal and social change in the 15 communities we are privileged to serve. The Hockomock Area YMCA is a not-for-profit charitable cause-driven organization with facilities in North Attleboro, Foxboro, Franklin, and Mansfield. For more information visit hockymca.org.

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

FDA announce first youth e-cigarette prevention (YouTube)


announced their first youth e-cigarette prevention TV ads & new posters w/ e-cigarette prevention messaging for high schoolers. Learn more about the ways
is working to stop the youth e-cigarette epidemic. #NoEcigs4Kids"
Found via Twitter

https://youtu.be/xw1vffiNyVM



Friday, March 15, 2019

Register Now: Spring Music for Young Children session at Encore Music

The Spring Music for Young Children session is open for registration now at Encore Music.

Register Now: Spring Music for Young Children session at Encore Music
Register Now: Spring Music for Young Children session at Encore Music


Register online at  http://www.encoremusicacademy.net/

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

In the News: distillery seeking permit for operation; Library has dungeons and dragons club

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"After the abrupt closing of Incontro Restaurant last week, a new owner is looking to take over the space – GlenPharmer Distillery. 
The old mill building at 860 West Central St. may soon be home to the new distillery and restaurant after a public hearing on Feb. 25. The hearing will take place in the Town Council Chambers at the Franklin Municipal Building at 7:30 p.m during a Planning Board meeting. 
The company, owned by Franklin resident Patrick Downing, is seeking a special permit to distill spirits on site. Town Planner Amy Love said that Downing plans to distill many types of alcohol, including vodka, gin and whiskey. A tasting room is also planned. 
“With Incontro closing, he (Downing) does still want a restaurant in there,” Love said. “At this time we really don’t know what it’s going to be.”

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20190211/distillery-may-replace-incontro-restaurant-in-franklin

Milford Daily News photo
Milford Daily News photo

"There is a unique realm in the recesses of the Franklin Public Library that young adventures can explore any plane imaginable – Dungeons and Dragons for Kids. 
One player on put a hand on the handle of a long sword, just for precaution, as the team walks into a building in what looks like a deserted town. There’s a gnome sitting in what used to be a shop, lavender-colored clouds of smoke pluming from his pipe as he watches the young adventurers make their way into the room. 
Dungeon Master, 11-year-old Soren Harrington, set the scene on Monday afternoon, reading from a guide while creating situations of his own as the other players made their way through the path that he partially created. 
It’s the imagination and creativity involved with the game that draws the young players into the game, said Assistant Youth Services Librarian Mitzi Gousie. The idea to start a Dungeons and Dragons club at the library wasn’t her own, she said. It was inspired by one of their frequent youth visitors."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20190212/franklins-dungeons-amp-dragons-club-gaining-popularity

Franklin Public Library
Franklin Public Library

Monday, November 12, 2018

Franklin Youth Soccer - Spring registration open

Don't forget to register for Spring. Online until December 1.  Don't wait! Do it today!

https://franklinyouthsoccer.org/

Franklin Youth Soccer - Spring registration open
Franklin Youth Soccer - Spring registration open

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Youth Wrestling - Sign up now for sessions beginning Sep 10

YOUTH WRESTLING:

We have a couple of programs for Novice Wrestlers this Fall. 
  • Intro for beginners; grades K-4, starts 9/15. 
  • Novice (some experience req.) class; grade 1-4, starts 9/10. 

Check us out at newneglandgoldwrestling.org

Youth Wrestling - Sign up now for sessions beginning Sep 10
Youth Wrestling - Sign up now for sessions beginning Sep 10

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Tryout for the Mass Youth Soccer District Select Program District 3 team - June 3

We will be having an additional tryout for the Mass Youth Soccer District Select Program District 3 teams:

The District Select Program ("DSP") is run by Massachusetts Youth Soccer each summer. DSP provides players the opportunity to continue their development during the summer in a fun and competitive soccer environment. The DSP schedule runs weekends from 7/7 through 8/5.

Tryouts

All tryouts will take place at Dacey Field. 700 Lincoln Street, Franklin, MA

Tryout Date.: 6/3/18

Tryout Time: 7-8:15 PM

for more information or to register for tryouts please use this link: http://www.mayouthsoccer.org/programs/district_select/

We hope to see you at tryouts

Tryout for the Mass Youth Soccer District Select Program District 3 team - June 3
Tryout for the Mass Youth Soccer District Select Program District 3 team - June 3

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Franklin Youth Lacrosse at Coles Tavern with Backyard Swagger on April 7

"Come Support Franklin Youth Lacrosse at Coles Tavern with Backyard Swagger on April 7th - great food, great music and raffles and silent auctions. Hope to see you there!!"

Franklin Youth Lacrosse at Coles Tavern with Backyard Swagger on April 7
Franklin Youth Lacrosse at Coles Tavern with Backyard Swagger on April 7
For more info about Franklin Youth Lacrosse, visit them on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/Franklin-Youth-Lacrosse-1306863252774863/

Friday, September 15, 2017

FYSA & Dean College are teaming up for Dean Day - Sep 17

The Dean College coaches and players are going to run some short training sessions for our kids before their game at 2:00 PM. 

Additionally, New England Revolution players will be there from 11-12:30 to sign autographs and take pictures.



11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (Pregame)


  • Beat Brutus, the Dean College mascot, in a 1 - on - 1 soccer skills matchup
  • Free 45 minute training sessions with Dean College coaches and Franklin High School players
  • Small sided games for our players - right on the field


1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (Match Preparation)


  • On-field passes to watch, and help the Dean College Bulldogs with pre-game warmups
  • Rally Tunnel and Dream team walkouts with the Dean College and St. Joseph's players during introduction.
  • Dean VS. St Joe's ……. KICKOFF @ 2: PM !!
  • Post match Q and A with Dean coaches and players
FYSA & Dean College are teaming up for Dean Day - Sep 17
FYSA & Dean College are teaming up for Dean Day - Sep 17

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Youth Sports Got You Crazy? - Apr 27

Kids’ sports can bring out the best in our children. It teaches them to be team players, to work hard and be disciplined and to make healthy lifestyle choices. But sometimes, do you feel that the demands of youth sports can take over? What are we gaining and what, if anything, are we missing out on?

Please join us for an informative panel discussion about youth sports in our modern suburban culture and how it impacts all of our families. What can we learn from each other – and the Bible – about how to balance our lives and prioritize our goals?

Two of our featured panelists will include: Former Patriots Offensive Lineman Matt Light and Former NHL Player and Director of Ronan Power Skating Ed Ronan

When: Thursday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: New England Chapel  http://www.newenglandchapel.org/

Brought to you by Pulse and Family Ministries @ NEC

NOTE: CHILDCARE IS FULL FOR THIS EVENT!

Former Patriots Offensive Lineman Matt Light and Former NHL Player and Director of Ronan Power Skating Ed Ronan
Former Patriots Offensive Lineman Matt Light and Former
NHL Player and Director of Ronan Power Skating Ed Ronan

Registration form


Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Good Friday ‘Cross Walk’ - Franklin Town Common - Friday, April 14

Good Friday ‘Cross Walk’ is scheduled 
on the Franklin Town Common

Friday, April 14th – 12:00 Noon-1:00 pm

St Mary’s teen ministry is organizing a ‘Cross Walk’ procession on the Franklin Town Common beginning at Noon on Good Friday. Christians of all denominations and ages are welcome. 

Participants will gather on the Church Square end of the common. Together, they will walk through and around the Franklin Town Common and back to St Mary's lawn, pausing along the way to reflect on Jesus’ great love for us. Teens from The Rock Youth Ministry of St Mary’s parish will read reflections and prayers at each stop. 

Anyone who wishes to may help share the burden of carrying the heavy cross during the procession. All Franklin residents and their families and friends from surrounding communities are encouraged to take part in this meaningful procession on Good Friday to remember Christ's Passion.


Good Friday ‘Cross Walk’ - Franklin Town Common - Friday, April 14
Good Friday ‘Cross Walk’ - Franklin Town Common - Friday, April 14

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Attention: Franklin Area Sophomores in high school

It’s that time of year again and The Rotary Club of Franklin is interested in community leadership, not only for today but for tomorrow as well.

For this reason, Rotary District 7910 will conduct the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conference at Fitchburg State University on June 23-25, 2017. The program will be staffed by carefully selected counselors and Rotary leaders.
The Rotary Club of Franklin
The Rotary Club of Franklin

Our objective is to offer outstanding high school sophomores an opportunity to live, work and interact together in an atmosphere of friendly competition. Also, we provide them with a program designed to challenge them to utilize and improve their skills and accept the responsibilities of leadership. Much of the students’ time will be structured with programs including interactive Leadership Labs, exciting guest speakers, and challenging mental and physical activities that will provide them with a chance to excel amongst and with their peers. The greatest benefit may come from sharing this experience with the more than 150 other outstanding young men and women selected from schools and organizations through Rotary District 7910 in Central Massachusetts.

Our Rotary Club is asking your help to spread the word to the young men and women who will benefit most from this experience. They will be selected by the Franklin Rotary first for leadership potential, second for good citizenship, third for their desire to attend the Conference and fourth for scholarship. These characteristics are listed in that order so that latent leaders are not overlooked because of grades. They are extremely important to keep in mind to ensure the success of the student’s experience and the entire program.

The only requirement is that in order to be nominated, the individual must be a student who is currently a Sophomore in high school and in the Franklin area. We send children to RYLA from Bellingham High, Franklin High, King Philip High, Medway High and Tri-County High. 

Applications should be made e-mailed to Julie Rougeau at jrougeau@comcast.net no later than March 3, 2017. 

Our club’s RYLA Selection Committee will then conduct interviews and select the students we will sponsor for RYLA.  

For more information about RYLA or Rotary, visit us online at http://www.ryla7910.org/

The student application 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0wjbnXDBhczai1HLWotVWZTdV9oQXY0UW1qaVZDNm95LXJN


A flyer that describes RYLA