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To the Editor:
I am writing this letter to inform those of you who may not know about our non-profit organization called Citizens For Children at Risk of Carroll County.
We’re planning summer activities for teens in grades 7-12. These will be free activities because there are many who can use the help to stay involved with their peers and social activities. We really do need the help and support of others in the community to make these events available. The first will be held June 22 at the Carroll County YMCA. There will be a band, sports, food, prizes and a mini spa for the girls. Admission is a canned good to donate to Loaves and Fishes and Atwood Angels food pantries. The event starts at 3 p.m. and continues until 8 pm.

We would like to continue having activities for teens throughout the summer and also supply other needs some may have. Our teens asked and we listened. We welcome anyone who is like-minded in helping with the charity as a volunteer. Our young people are our future leaders. Let’s help them on the path to success by setting a good example and showing we care. Donations for summertime teen events are accepted at Huntington Bank. Checks should be made to Citizens For Children At Risk of Carroll County. For information, contact Debbie Albright at 330-627-0122.

Bonnie Little
Carrollton, OH


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