The Right Path could not continue to grow and provide opportunities for youth to be involved in their community, have safe, fun teen dances and swim parties, foam parties and many other events without the support of our many partners.
Our 2nd annual Matt Fourman Snowflake Ball Jan. 1 at Stacy's Dance Studio was a night to remember, thanks to Rosie, Gary, Maureen, Jack, Lynn, Mark, Justin, Theresa, Neva, Stacey, Mobile Jams Entertainment, VFW Post 5108, Washington County Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Board, Clear Channel Radio, WMOA, The Times, The Anchor, United Way and the youth who attended.
The Right Path is gearing up for our 2nd annual Righditarod, our "race against hunger" Saturday, March 3.
Fashioned loosely on the Alaskan Iditarod, teams of five grab a shopping cart, pick a theme and decorate the cart, costume themselves and take off to complete a list of unknown challenges in scavenger hunt style.
This Friday night, Feb. 3, I invite you to join us at Washington State Community College Graham Auditorium for "Music Fest 2012." A fun filled night of musical talent with area youth from Marietta, "High Schools that Rock," and Parkersburg High School, "Velcro Lockdown." Musical legends Mike Morningstar and Rick Roberts round out the night and promise to make this an event you won't want to miss.
So, watch for the next Right Path event and get involved. Put a team together and join in the challenge to fight hunger in our community. Call (740) 374-6990 and grab tickets for the music fest.
There are so many ways for you to join us as we continue to promote healthy youth development.
Cathy Harper, coordinator
The Right Path for Washington County