Rotary learns about CCYC


Eric Guindon of the Clinton County Youth Council spoke to the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club about the Youth Council and the services it provides to area youth. These after-school services are provided free to all students in grades 6-12, and include academic support, positive programming, and mentoring. The CCYC helps the students complete a variety of community projects, and challenges them to become better community leaders by making healthy life choices. Guindon is shown with Rotary President Jack Powell.


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Eric Guindon of the Clinton County Youth Council spoke to the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club about the Youth Council and the services it provides to area youth. These after-school services are provided free to all students in grades 6-12, and include academic support, positive programming, and mentoring. The CCYC helps the students complete a variety of community projects, and challenges them to become better community leaders by making healthy life choices. Guindon is shown with Rotary President Jack Powell.

Eric Guindon of the Clinton County Youth Council spoke to the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club about the Youth Council and the services it provides to area youth. These after-school services are provided free to all students in grades 6-12, and include academic support, positive programming, and mentoring. The CCYC helps the students complete a variety of community projects, and challenges them to become better community leaders by making healthy life choices. Guindon is shown with Rotary President Jack Powell.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/02/web1_IMG_1865.jpgEric Guindon of the Clinton County Youth Council spoke to the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club about the Youth Council and the services it provides to area youth. These after-school services are provided free to all students in grades 6-12, and include academic support, positive programming, and mentoring. The CCYC helps the students complete a variety of community projects, and challenges them to become better community leaders by making healthy life choices. Guindon is shown with Rotary President Jack Powell. Courtesy photo