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Youth Day set June 28

PULASKI — A variety of activities will be available in Jackson Park Saturday, June 28, as part of a Youth Day event to help raise money for a local youth center.
French Miller, a member of the group sponsoring the event, said area youth and adults are encouraged to come out and support this fundraising effort.
While activities will be free for area youth, adults are being encouraged to make a donation to help support the proposed center.
The event gets underway at 11 a.m. and will feature carnival games, music, food and other activities.
It will conclude at 6 p.m.
Funding to hold the Youth Day was raised through the raffling of a 400cc semi-automatic 4×4 ATV provided by D&S Cycles of Pulaski.
“Our youth need a place that they can attend and socialize with others in this area, a place were they can seek help with personal problems or homework,” Miller said.

The youth center would have a game room area, weekend dances, and a television to watch.
Youth attending the center will be encouraged to help out in the community.
“We have overlooked the young people of this area for too long, and it’s time for the community to stand up and give them a place of their own,” he said.

Youth Day set June 28

PULASKI — A variety of activities will be available in Jackson Park Saturday, June 28, as part of a Youth Day event to help raise money for a local youth center.
French Miller, a member of the group sponsoring the event, said area youth and adults are encouraged to come out and support this fundraising effort.
While activities will be free for area youth, adults are being encouraged to make a donation to help support the proposed center.
The event gets underway at 11 a.m. and will feature carnival games, music, food and other activities.
It will conclude at 6 p.m.
Funding to hold the Youth Day was raised through the raffling of a 400cc semi-automatic 4×4 ATV provided by D&S Cycles of Pulaski.
“Our youth need a place that they can attend and socialize with others in this area, a place were they can seek help with personal problems or homework,” Miller said.

The youth center would have a game room area, weekend dances, and a television to watch.
Youth attending the center will be encouraged to help out in the community.
“We have overlooked the young people of this area for too long, and it’s time for the community to stand up and give them a place of their own,” he said.