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Village Project looking for youth participants
July 14, 2017
This will be the third year the Village Project has offered summer youth programming for migrant youth in Boundary County and their second year partnering with Boundary School District 101. This year marks the first time they have enrollment spots available for other youth in the community to join in on the fun!

The Village Project is looking for youth ages 7-12 who would like to participate in a variety of activities such as metal working, arts and crafts, outside games, cooking and more.

The program will run 12:30 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, beginning Monday, July 24, and ending August 18.

There will be a field trip every Friday, which might extend the hours on those days. Pickup and drop-off will take place at the Boundary County Middle School.

Anyone interested in participating in the program must commit to attending every day of the four-week program. There is no cost to participate, but there are limited enrollment spots.

To find out more or to enroll your children in the Village Project, please call Amy Robertson at the Boundary County Extension Office, (208) 267-3235.
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