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To the Editor:
The event we planned for teens in Carroll County was a big success. Many teens attended for the food, sports, to hear the band More Than a Show and for the fun.

The band was awesome and provided our teens with a very positive message. We thank God first of all and we thank everyone who contributed anything that allowed this event to take place. Please know our teens are very grateful and willing to help.

Special thanks to the private donors who have a heart for our youth and to those who gave at our bake sales. We would also like to thank the YMCA for the use of their facility and Dollar General Market management for allowing us to use their front entrance for our bake sales. Also, thank all who give of their time to help at these events. We couldn’t have done this without the help of the many volunteers.

Please consider volunteering or donating to keep activities that are impacting our youth in a positive way. Donations are accepted at Huntington Bank with checks payable to Citizens for Children At Risk of Carroll County. Anyone with questions can contact Debbie Albright at 330-627-0122.

We would also like to thank The Free Press Standard for publishing information about our activities.

Citizens for Children At Risk
Bonnie Little, Member


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