Thursday, June 10, 2010

Twelve Days of summer

Today begins the Franklin County Youth Training Project titled the 12 Days of summer; the program will be hosted at the Franklin County Public Library Tigers Program site, which is located at the Apalachicola City Complex (former Apalachicola High School).

An initiative of Carol Barfield, site coordinator, the project will target ages 3 – 27, with no cost to participants.

The three segment program will feature a talent show, youth forum, sports-a-rama, poetry, fashion, karaoke, career day, water fun; youth service programs, reading and a community reunion.

Door prizes will be giving away during each segment, with segment one beginning today June 10, 11, and 12, segment two on July 8, 9, and 10 and conclude with segment three on August 12, 13, and 14.

In partnership with the project is the Franklin County: Friends of the Library, Tobacco Program, Parks & Recreation and the Sheriff Office, along with the City of Apalachicola, Gulf Coast Workforce Board, Interagency Partners, Sponsors and Volunteers.

For more information please telephone, (850) 653-2784.