by Gretchen Klein
July 16, 2004
They touch the community and their peers in many ways. KYC youth court members work hard at fundraising to keep their program alive. True, most of their limited operating funds have come from grants, but over the last six years the youth have done wood sales, raffles sales, and a variety of other fund raising campaigns to have some cushion for a rainy day.
KYC is struggling like everyone but will continue on the limits funds. KYC members and clients have achieved many little triumphs by helping with many projects in the community. The youth of Ketchikan deserve an opportunity to be great leaders, fund developers, and have ownership in their own program. KYC members and many past clients have become hard working group of youth in Ketchikan.
They truly have worked very hard at fundraising. Thank you, Ketchikan for continuing to support this program through your donations.
Raffle tickets can bought a booths at Carrs or Wal-Mart during the weekends or at the office.
It is only $10.00 a ticket
and a chance at $1,000 first prize. Please help the kids keep
their program strong. They do a lot of good work in the community.
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