Woodbridge Youth Services Hosts After-School Programs
Woodbridge Youth Services and the Town of Bethany hosted three successful after-school programs for Amity Middle School Students in November and December, and looks forward to more Kindness Klub and Cooking Class adventures.
Students had opportunities to take trips to the Apple Store for walking tours through the Yale area while learning valuable tips on mastering iPhone photography. Yale’s historic architectural buildings provided ample fascinating subjects to test new knowledge on the use of light and focusing techniques.
This first session of the Kindness Klub at Amity Middle School-Bethany was dedicated to the furry flood and hurricane victims in the South who have been transferred to the Humane Society locations in Connecticut. Students crafted pet beds, as well as toys for cats, dogs, bunnies and hamsters, and received community service credit in return for their hard work.
Youth Evening Program-Drone Zone
The next Youth Evening Program with a Drone Zone and DJ is scheduled for February 9th from 7:00 to 9:30 pm at Bethany Town Hall Gym, and is open to all Woodbridge and Bethany 7th and 8th grade residents. Cost is $5. Volunteers and donations of raffle prizes are appreciated. Call Youth Services at 203-389-3429 for information. Watch local stations for weather related cancellation.
- Mary Abbott of Amity Regional High School Faculty and students Emily Iannantuoni and Chris D’Agostino assisted Woodbridge Human Services with presenting Holiday Baskets to families in need
- Amity Middle School-Bethany students receive lessons in iPhone Photography at the Apple Store in New Haven
- Students craft animal beds and toys for the CT Humane Society at the Woodbridge Youth Services Kindness Klub