Febuary 2022 Vol.1
Executive Director: Thomas Burke
Hello!!!! Save Our Youth is so excited to share our New Newsletter and what’s been going on with You!
Save Our Youth administration has been working hard on program operations to see our Posponeed Programs back up and running, bringing fresh, new energy to all of our Programswwhile keeping true to our Mission whish is ” to maximize the potential of all K-12 youth and young adults ages 18-24 through education, physical, cultural, collaborative and innovative programs.”
We are honored to do so.
We are so excited to announce that Save Our Youth will have an Exhibit at the Ella Sharp Museum during the month of February in honor of Black History Month. The display will be available to view starting February 16 2022 and will be on display until February 28, 2022 during hours of operation for Ella Sharp Museum We invite you, It Will Be Epic!
March is Women’s history month. Save Our Youth is Honored to have an Exhibit honoring women of Culture and they’re culture.
Save Our Youth is excited to announced that we will be brining back our r Annual African American Quiz (A group of 25030 Students are selected and provide with a Study Sheet. 1st and 2nd place Prizes are included along with a small group prize) during the month of February in honor of Black History Month. (Locations to be Announced. Contact us with any questions)
Looking for a way to give back? Want to inspire, uplift, encourage, make a difference? Save Our youth is looking for Volunteers! Contact our office for more information!
Our New Program Manager
We are happy to introduce our newest staff member of Save Our Youth.
Evon Beavers is a Jackson Native and mother to 4 children (Javire, Carlin, Natiaya and JasLynn). von is owner of Vony’s Creatively Created Lemonades.
"The World is Changed by Your Example Not By Your Opinion"
By Paulo Coelho
Our currently running programs are Vocational Education Program, Music Program, and our newest program, Game 4 Life.