Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Good work done by students in sprucing up community

Kevin Keenan and his kids who belong to SUPA, Students United for Positive Action got some good press on Monday, May, 4, 2009, in the Daily News. The article highlights the good work of Chris Laird and Tevin Bloom who spent Saturday, May 2, 2009 helping to clean up Pringle Park in Batavia, NY.

Kevin Keenan, a GCASA prevention educator works with kids to get involved in positive activities as an alternative to a substance abusing life style. Building up the positive factors in a community goes a long way in decreasing the risk factors in a community.

If you see Kevin and the students who work with him, thank them for their great work in making our community more enjoyable and healthy for all.

To read the whole article click here.

1 comment:

John Bennett said...

It is awesome to see students voluntering in their community. Hats off to Kevin and his students.