Growing up is a bit like a driver on a raised super-highway, unable to see the roads below, but guided by the highway’s signage.
Adults and peers are those signs, casting a picture of what each road has to offer on the exits ahead.
If you grow up in my old hometown’s DFW Texas’ rougher neighborhoods, some of those adults and peers peddle plain disinformation and bad directions. It takes the positive influence of people who share clear pictures of choices and consequences ahead to avoid the pitfalls.
Services of Hope is doing their finest again with this Summer’s Tiger camp for 100 K-7th grade students. 10 weeks of academic tutoring, character mentoring, art and athletics!
Don’t miss this opportunity to support the work that gives young people real opportunity to make the most of the life ahead of them!
Support Services of Hope with me. I will match every donation made in June up to $1,500