MyCom Youth Corner

We had a wonderful experience representing MyCom at the 2017 Parma Safety Fair.  Many parents and young people stopped by our table to learn about the opportunities MyCom offers youth in the Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills neighborhoods.  In addition we were grateful to partner with AT & T to have their representative, Kevin Lynch, Director of External Affairs, demonstrate the text and drive simulator. This simulator helps both adults and young people experience the dangers of texting while driving. The results prove that distracted driving is dangerous. Hopefully each participant will remember their experience and make the decision to not text and drive. 

Tri-City MyCom was recently awarded a gift from the AT & T Foundation.  We want to express our gratitude to State Representative Nick Celebrezze and Kevin Lynch for facilitating this gift. These funds will be used to advance career readiness to prepare young people in Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills as a future workforce. Thank you to the AT & T Foundation for investing in future generations to ensure they are educated, self-reliant and contributing members of strong communities.

If you are looking for something for your children to do this summer, try the FREE Summer Days drop-in program at the Hanna building, 11212 Snow Road:  M-F, 10-2pm there will be free lunch, fitness, games, arts and crafts until August 11.

Check out area churches for Vacation Bible School and sports camps led by caring adults and teens.

Our three Tri-City libraries, Parma, Parma Hts. and Parma Snow have fantastic, free activities for youth as well as free lunch!

Jean Micklewright

MyCom Project Coordinator

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Volume 9, Issue 7, Posted 5:14 PM, 07.02.2017