Honoring youth leaders
Norwich — 11 local youth were presented with certificates of recognition for their leadership efforts by Norwich Youth and Family Services and the Norwich City Council on National Youth Service Day Friday, May 3, 2019 at Norwich City Hall.
Mayor Peter Nystrom read a proclamation from the city council and the youth were each recognized individually.
The youth represented the following organizations; New London County 4-H, NAACP Robertsine Duncan Youth Council, Bully Busters, Norwich Mentoring Program, NFA Project Outreach, Three Rivers Middle College Magnet High School, Cape Verdean Student Club, Teachers' Memorial Global Studies Magnet Middle School, Three Rivers Young Marines, Norwich Technical High School and Norwich Youth Action Council.
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