CCYC celebrates 20 years


Now in its 20th year, the Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) not-for-profit hosted a Fun Night on Jan. 7 at Hermann Court. The youth council holds these for-fun, supervised monthly outings for students from throughout the county, said Eric Guindon, the CCYC executive director. CCYC is perhaps best known for its free after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington, where it provides academic support, positive programming and mentoring for youth in grades 6 through 12. At its beginning in 1997, CCYC activities included Fun Nights as positive teen outreach events, Guindon noted. The Jan. 7 event in the big venue of Hermann Court had dancing, swimming, basketball and concessions. Members of the TKB fraternity at Wilmington College assisted.

Now in its 20th year, the Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) not-for-profit hosted a Fun Night on Jan. 7 at Hermann Court. The youth council holds these for-fun, supervised monthly outings for students from throughout the county, said Eric Guindon, the CCYC executive director. CCYC is perhaps best known for its free after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington, where it provides academic support, positive programming and mentoring for youth in grades 6 through 12. At its beginning in 1997, CCYC activities included Fun Nights as positive teen outreach events, Guindon noted. The Jan. 7 event in the big venue of Hermann Court had dancing, swimming, basketball and concessions. Members of the TKB fraternity at Wilmington College assisted.


Now in its 20th year, the Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) not-for-profit hosted a Fun Night on Jan. 7 at Hermann Court. The youth council holds these for-fun, supervised monthly outings for students from throughout the county, said Eric Guindon, the CCYC executive director. CCYC is perhaps best known for its free after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington, where it provides academic support, positive programming and mentoring for youth in grades 6 through 12. At its beginning in 1997, CCYC activities included Fun Nights as positive teen outreach events, Guindon noted. The Jan. 7 event in the big venue of Hermann Court had dancing, swimming, basketball and concessions. Members of the TKB fraternity at Wilmington College assisted.

Now in its 20th year, the Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) not-for-profit hosted a Fun Night on Jan. 7 at Hermann Court. The youth council holds these for-fun, supervised monthly outings for students from throughout the county, said Eric Guindon, the CCYC executive director. CCYC is perhaps best known for its free after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington, where it provides academic support, positive programming and mentoring for youth in grades 6 through 12. At its beginning in 1997, CCYC activities included Fun Nights as positive teen outreach events, Guindon noted. The Jan. 7 event in the big venue of Hermann Court had dancing, swimming, basketball and concessions. Members of the TKB fraternity at Wilmington College assisted.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_fun_p_f.jpgNow in its 20th year, the Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) not-for-profit hosted a Fun Night on Jan. 7 at Hermann Court. The youth council holds these for-fun, supervised monthly outings for students from throughout the county, said Eric Guindon, the CCYC executive director. CCYC is perhaps best known for its free after-school youth center at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington, where it provides academic support, positive programming and mentoring for youth in grades 6 through 12. At its beginning in 1997, CCYC activities included Fun Nights as positive teen outreach events, Guindon noted. The Jan. 7 event in the big venue of Hermann Court had dancing, swimming, basketball and concessions. Members of the TKB fraternity at Wilmington College assisted.