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Information boards for youth installed in arenas in Minto

MINTO - The Minto Youth Action Council (MYAC) has installed three new “YOUth Should Know” community boards in Minto.

Located in the main entrances of all three Minto arenas, the blue and green cork boards hung on the wall are a destination for all youth-related materials to be posted.

MYAC encourages the community to make use of the boards so youths can learn about what is available for them.

Minto economic development assistant and MYAC adult ally Taylor Keunen said, “Members of the youth council recognized that there was no key destination for youth to have access to events, workshops, and various resources that were available in Minto, so they decided to change that and implement the youth boards.”

MYAC chose to support local business by collaborating with Weathered Minto in Harriston to help design and create the boards.

Weathered also partially sponsored the boards.     

The Minto Youth Action Council will also use the boards to share information pertaining to all of the youth council’s future events, workshops, volunteer opportunities and more.

October 13, 2017

 
 

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