A Time to Remember April 12th
Fairview for our Youth and the Richland County Partnership for Promise will be hosting their first A Time to Remember activity for girls ages 4-14 years old and their fathers or significant male figures. On April 12th, 2015, from 3-5pm, at the Fairview High School Old Gym, we will have snacks and beverages, dancing, and games for all to enjoy. From 2-3pm, there will be an opportunity for folks to get their pictures taken together for a small fee by Sarah Bloom. If anyone would like to get their hair done, Alyxandra Hardy will be taking appointments for that morning charging $15 for ages 4-6 and $20 for ages 7-14. She can be contacted at 480-3963. There is a registration form available and needs to be turned in by March 26th. Fairview Schools Offices will be accepting registrations or you can contact Trish Buxbaum at 747-5567. Schools will have these forms and they will also be sent home with all students. We are providing a flower for each girl on behalf of their “date”, and ask for a $10 per couple fee with $2 for each additional girl. No one will be turned away in the event they cannot pay.
Fairview for our Youth is a committee formed of citizens of Fairview that work together to create fun and alternative activities for the youth in our community. We came together to do more family driven activities during the Fairview Festival and have committed to having activities year round, including our monthly movie matinees. If you are interested in being a part of this committee, or would like to start one in your community, please contact Missy Smies, Community Coordinator for District II Alcohol and Drug Programs at 433-4097 or [email protected].
The Richland County Partnership for Promise is an action group consisted of citizens and agencies in Richland County that are creating a safe and healthy environment for our youth. This group meets every second Thursday of the month, 10am to 11am, at the Community Services Building, 1201 W. Holly, Sidney. Anyone is welcome.