Posted by Crosswalk Teen Center | The County Journal | Charlotte, MI
As fall begins and teens seek to settle into their school schedule, Crosswalk Teen Center continues to provide and pursue ways to assist students in achieving their full potential.
The month of October is packed with opportunities for students to stretch their horizons and try new things. Teens are encouraged to sign-up for classes as soon as possible, due to limited space. Classes include:
Saturday, Oct. 25, from 5 to 9 p.m. marks Crosswalk’s first Halloween party. Costumes are encouraged but not required.
Crosswalk continues to offer free homework help and tutoring each afternoon. Students can also reserve space in the studio for web radio and music recording. Come and laydown your latest music tracks or add your commentary to the music of your choice. Students can also reserve lab time to explore C Programming with Robotics.
Teens are encouraged to stop by the center and sign up for events or to email email@example.com.
All these free programs and low-cost events require funds and supplies. If you would like to invest locally in the lives of students in your community, please consider donating in one of the following ways: Make a donation, one-time or monthly; consider volunteering and sharing one of your talents and interests.
For more information, contact Rick Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 987-8336.
Crosswalk Teen Center is located at 103 W. Lawrence Avenue (on the SW corner of Cochran and Lawrence) in Charlotte and is open Monday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m.
Article submitted by Crosswalk Teen Center.
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