Baltimore (WJZ) – The Baltimore Family League has invested $ 1 million in the city of Baltimore’s recreation and parks sector to help expand the youth program citywide. This money will allow more children to have access to a variety of unique shows.
Programs such as Dirt Bike Science, Mobile Journalism, and Fencing were developed with feedback from the community.
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“Building a better Baltimore starts with investing in success, not in failure of young people,” said Mayor Brandon Scott. “Thank you to Family League and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks for turning these funds into real opportunities and preventing young people from being left behind.”
The programmatic approach aims to make the initiative accessible to all.
“One of our goals is to ensure that all young people, whether they are athletes, academics or with special talents or skills, can be reached,” said Reginald Moore, Director of Recreation and Parks. said the doctor. Join over 44 different REC centers in Baltimore. “
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The hope is to help keep kids out of trouble by finding those special interests and giving them a place to explore further.
“There isn’t enough debate about proactive work on prevention,” said Demain Millard, president and CEO of the Baltimore Family League, an organization that helped bring this grant to the city. I did.
“We put our vision into action, and that’s exactly what we’re doing,” says Millard.
It is an action which confirms that the youth of the city has a solid basis for the future of the city.
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