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"Pay it Forward" Youth Service Club

Brigham City Fine Arts Center Youth Service Group, Pay It Forward, Greenhouse Project 2017
We are still making a difference and getting to know our community through service.  In January 2016 Pay-it-Forward youth had put in over 800 hours over the previous 14 months.

TEENS 12 to 16 are all welcome to join us.  
Visit our Facebook page HERE to see pictures of what we are doing.

March 2017 Project - We are collecting 2 liter pop bottles for a project the Pay it Forward group is doing. If you have extra, empty 2 liter pop bottles laying around, we'll take them! You can drop them off at the Fine Arts Center. Thank you!

September 2016- 
September 28- the plan is to meet at the Fine Arts center and work/tie a few fleece blankets to share for local emergency services needs. Come join us- with this many hands makes light work.

Thanks to all who helped us at the train depot on September 21,  We got a lot of  their Halloween decorations set out and ready for the season.

Thanks to those of you who helped walk our banner in the Peach Days parades to give us a presence.   On September 14 we met at the usual time, helped  with a small clean up project at the Fine Arts Center and started our  Fall planning.   We have a lot of fun Halloween projects we can help with.
So come check us out.  We help you keep track of your service hours which is good for resume's and fun to see what a little bit over a period of time can add up to.

We usually  meet weekly 3:45 pm to 5 pm or 5:15 pm.  Please call to make sure we aren't doing a service off site.  There will be no activity the week of August 24, but the following week, we will meet at our usual time at the Fine Arts Center and help fix up and decorate a parade float the the Melodrama.

Recent Past activities:  2016

For July 27_ We will be working on our backpack drive plans and going over the Union black bulding to help with cleaning of their Mezzanine area.

August 2 ( A Tuesday)  we have been invited to lead a craft activity for the local night out against crime.  Youth are being encouraged to come and help with a great fun, but fishy  origami project.  Come learn this quick and easy origami project and help us direct younger students ( and parents ) in the project. 

August  10 - We will be preparing for the Puppets in the City event and signing up for which hours PIF members can help assist at craft making tables  on Saturday morning and early afternoon August 13.  And planning a swim day.

Scheduled  Activities:

 July 6th, 2016   Week off - no group activity planned

July 13 weeding at the family support center- Join us again on the afternoon of July 13 as we go over to help our community friends at the Family Support Center and help them with some cleaning.

July 20 - We discussed volunteer opportunities helping with a local back to school Back pack drive.

PAST ACTIVITIES  for September 2015  through June 2016 .

Sorted clothes at the Family Crisis Center, Cleaned toys and sorted socks at the Family Support Center, collected backpacks as part of a back to school service by the Family Support center, Set out Halloween and later Christmas decorations at the Train Depot, helped the Fine Arts Center with their Fall and Spring UEA kids arts events,  weeded and planted flowers at the New Hope Crisis Center, planted flowers at the Fine Arts center. Finished a cloth doll project for patients at the Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. Discussed leadership skills.

We are always open to other ideas of ways to serve our community. 

November 4:  2015 We met  at the Fine Arts Center, and delivered our quilt to the Police department, then topped over at Country Lane assisted Living facility to play Bingo.
November 11: We have been asked back to the Train depot to help put away Halloween décor and start planning Christmas Tree Lane.
Wednesday, Oct 28th: We helped the local Literacy program set up for  a local Halloween fest Sponsored by the Boys and girl's club at Member's First Credit union.
Wednesday, October 21: We stayed at the fine arts center and helped set up and make crafts for the Halloween Family night that was held yesterday.
Wednesday, October 14: We stayed at the fine arts center and helped set up everything for the Halloween Howl, which was a huge success! A special thanks to everyone for helping!