Do You Know An Outstanding Woodbridge Student?
Woodbridge Youth Services, in collaboration with First Selectman Beth Heller, is seeking nominations for the First Selectman’s Youth Award. The annual award, now in its twentieth year, will be presented to a deserving young Woodbridge resident at the Human Services Volunteer Tea on Thursday, April 11, 2019. Call 203-389-3429 for more information or find the nomination form on the Town’s website under “Departments/Youth Services.” Please submit nominations to Woodbridge Youth Services at 11 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge, CT 06525, by Monday, March 11, 2019.
Kindness Klub to Start New Project
The next Kindness Klub at Amity Middle School in Bethany is planned for Thursday, March 21 after school in the cafeteria. Students will create a fun craft to be donated to a respected humanitarian organization. All materials and snacks are provided by Youth Services. No special skills required. Klub ends in time for late bus. Call 203-389-3429 for more information or check the Town website.
Job Bank Needs Teens
Woodbridge teens willing to do odd jobs for residents are needed. Students can gain work experience and earn money. To join and schedule an interview call 203-389-3429 or email NPfund@Woodbridgect.org. Residents may call the Job Bank to hire Woodbridge teens at 203-389-3429.
- Program Assistant Barbara “BeeJ” Ahern on left guides students with candy and fortune cookie crafts at Woodbridge Youth Services’ fundraiser for the American Heart Association.
- Yale Researcher Tricia Dahl educated faculty and students recently at Amity Middle School-Bethany about vaping and its health concerns.