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Woodbridge Youth Services – 12/16/22

Woodbridge Youth Services – 12/16/22

Woodbridge Youth Services News

Call 203-389-3429 or email npfund@woodbridgect.org or youthone@woodbridgect.org for information or to sign up for programs.  Like us on Facebook:  https://facebook.com/WoodbridgeYouthServices.CT.

Fall Paint Party

Artist Samantha Woodruff shared her talent with students at Amity Middle School – Bethany.  They enjoyed creating their individual masterpieces and enjoyed socializing and refreshments with friends.

Toys 4 Kids

Youth Services collected several toys for the Toys 4 Kids program which benefits local families in need.  Families applied through TEAM, Inc. in Derby.

We Care Kits

Students and community members created packages for the homeless and residents brought items like blankets, pillows, toiletries, hat, and gloves to assist those at shelters run by New Reach in New Haven.  We thank all those who showed they care through their generous donations.

Woodbridge Job Bank Seeks Teens Who Want Work

The Job Bank in Woodbridge offers occasional jobs to teen residents (ages 13 – 18) who would like to work in Woodbridge to earn money.  Youth Services provides an opportunity to learn about the interview process, safety on the job, and how to negotiate pay.  Do snow shoveling, yard work, babysitting, dog walking, etc.  Call for an interview at 203-389-3464 or e-mail npfund@woodbridgect.org.  Masks and social distancing may be required.

Teens Need Jobs

Woodbridge residents who wish to hire someone for odd jobs like snow shoveling, babysitting, yard work, moving boxes, etc., save your energy and keep teens working to gain experience.  Call 203-389-3464 for more information.

Volunteers Needed

The Woodbridge Youth Advisory Board makes recommendations for Youth Services programming and seeks to include a diverse membership to support our diverse population.  A few positions remain open for adults and high school students.  Community Service hours will be approved.  Interested residents may contact Youth Services for information.

BOWDAAC-Let’s Talk Prevention

BOWDAAC (Bethany, Orange, Woodbridge Drug/Alcohol Action Committee) is a grant-funded Local Prevention Council serving the communities of Bethany, Orange, and Woodbridge.  Its mission is to reduce underage drinking and substance use by promoting awareness through educational programs and community collaborations.  New members are welcome.  For more information or to join our committee, email info.bowdaac@gmail.com or check out our website www.bowdaac.org.

Pictured: Woodbridge Youth Services brings Fall Paint Party to Amity Middle School-Bethany

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