- Mondays: June 5th, June 12th and June 19th.
The classes will take place at the Milford Youth Center and will meet at 3:30pm. If you would like more information, contact the Milford Youth Center @508-473-1756 or visit our website: milfordyouthcenter.net. To participate in this free program, you must be a registered member of the Milford Youth Center. Click here for flier.
Through this event we plan to raise awareness about underage drinking and help teens become better informed about the dangers of alcohol so they can make healthy decisions throughout life. We also hope this event will increase youth self-esteem and attitudes toward their body image! This will also be our first fashion show at the newly renovated Youth Center!
MYC Summer Camp is filling up fast for the summer of 2017! We have a lot of fun field trips (Canobie Lake Park, Water Wizz, Paw Sox, SkyZone, etc.) and exciting activities planned! Make sure to sign up in advance (limited space available).
Camp will be $140/week for Milford Residents, $150/week for non-Milford Residents, or $50 per day to attend.
setup, cleanup, meal service, activities, and special guest visits. Volunteers of all ages are welcome and needed weekdays during the summer between 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at three Milford locations:
- Memorial Elementary School, 12 Walnut St.
- The Milford Youth Center, 24 Pearl St.
- The Forum at BCC Downtown, 202 Main St.
Volunteers will be required to undergo a CORI/SORI check and attend a volunteer training. To volunteer: please contact Sarah Randall at
email@example.com or 774-278-1087.
The Milford Youth Center is very excited to announce that we received funding fromCHNA 6 to support a consulting position for one year of grant writing. With the assistance of a grant writer, the Milford Youth Center is looking to target grants that will directly increase the nutritional and physical fitness programming at the Center. Our proposal will address CHNA’s “Priority Area 1: Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion,” with the goal of creating healthier communities and prevent chronic disease by improving nutrition and increasing physical activity! We would like to thank CHNA 6 for this award and for allowing Youth Center staff to present at their May meeting to discuss the successes of our nutrition program, also a result of a CHNA6 Grant! Click herefor a PowerPoint of the presentation!