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LMYSC Serve Youth at Urban Peaks

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On March 28th, seven youth from the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center’s (LMYSC) barbering class went to Urban Peaks to give haircuts to the students there. Urban Peaks is a non-profit organization that provides services for youth experiencing or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. The barber program is run at LMYSC through the education program by Augustine Ediebor and Eagles Specialist, Rod Tyma
 
One of the youth involved in the program wrote about the experience and what the barber program means to them and other youth at LMYSC. Read their letter here. And to learn more about Urban Peaks and the mission and services they provide to Denver youth on their website.

Equine Therapy at Platte Valley

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Several of the youth at Platte Valley Youth Services Center had an incredible opportunity to be a part of a newly developed equine therapy program last week. The youth involved were able to interact closely with the horses and spend the afternoon learning about boundaries and spacial respect. One of the youths commented that “I learned patience with stubborn horses. I feel at peace with my life when petting the thick coat of the horses. I also learned that you have to observe and use boundaries with the horses.”

 

 

PVYSC Caters for Weld County Judges

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The honorable judges at Weld County Judicial District 6 were treated to a lunch prepared by the youth in the culinary catering program at Platte Valley Youth Services Center last week. The youth were able to apply what they learned through the programs grocery store and budgeting curriculum to feed approximately 20 people for 80 dollars. After creating a shopping list for the event, the youth learned how to cost out the plates per person. The project was facilitated by Dustin Tallman, who introduced the youth to budget and plate costing; giving them a basis of knowledge to build from in their futures, either in the restaurant business or providing and feeding a family meal in their homes.

Recorder's Notes by Pamela Bacon, Logan County Clerk and Recorder

Motor Vehicle Information:

Do you have your plate renewal card that you received in the mail but you just can’t make it into the Motor Vehicle Office Monday – Friday 8-5? 

Drop your renewal notice and the check made out for the exact amount in our 24/7 Drive up Drop Box located in the Courthouse parking lot east side exit (next to the flower box).  

Keep in mind if you are past your month grace period there will be a late fee assessed.  Call the office 970-522-1158 to get the correct amount. 

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