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Teens invited to July 27 beach party

FPS staff report

“Almost at the Beach” is the theme for the July 27 teen concert hosted by the Carroll County YMCA on Moody Ave., Carrollton.

The event is open 5-9 p.m. for everyone age 11-19.  Music will be provided by Christian rock band “More Than A Show.”  The event is free but participants are asked to bring a dry good item to be donated to Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry. 

Other activities feature sprinklers, beach balls, facials, volleyball and three-on-three basketball.  Prizes will be awarded to winners.  Waivers are available at the YMCA and the day of the event for sports activities.  Free food will include sno cones, ice cream and popcorn.

Members of Citizens for Children at Risk ask teens to spread the word via Facebook and Twitter and remind the public these events are provided by donations and volunteers. 

To support area teens, donations can be made at Huntington Bank.  Checks should be made payable to Citizens for Children at Risk.
For more information or questions, contact Debbie Albright at 330-627-0122.


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