Developing Our Youth Present: “We Give” IllinoisBobcats St. Patrick’s Day Basketball Camp Against Violence

Sun, Mar 17, 2024, 10:00 pm - 10:00 pm CT

Southland Center, Ho-Chunk Nation
10 Southland Dr.
Lynwood , Illinois 60411, United States (US)

17 Mar

About the Event

Join us for “We Give” Illinois Bobcats St. Patrick’s Day Basketball Camp Against Violence, presented by Developing Our Youth. At www.developingouryouth.org, we’ve created the “We Give” Basketball Camp to tackle the everyday violence experienced by youth in their environments.

Ages 8 to 18 years old

**What to Expect:**

 

During the camp, participants will engage in various basketball activities aimed at honing their skills, including passing, shooting, and learning basketball IQ. Additionally, we’ll host a workshop focused on understanding violence and its impact on our community. Through interactive discussions, we’ll explore strategies to address violence within our neighborhoods and empower youth to make a positive difference.

 

**Join Us:**

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to not only improve your basketball skills but also make a meaningful contribution to building safer, more supportive communities. Together, let’s dribble towards a brighter future!

Location

Southland Center, Ho-Chunk Nation
10 Southland Dr.
Lynwood , Illinois 60411, United States (US)

Date and Time

Sun, Mar 17, 2024, 10:00 pm - 10:00 pm CT

Cancelled

Refund Policy

No refunds offered.

Organizer

Developing Our Youth

WHO WE ARE

Our Roots

As an alternative school Head Master in one of the most disadvantaged cities in America, Jack Solomon recognized the need for youth to have diversions from the dangers of crime and the lifestyles that come with it.  With this experience, he realized that the need of mental, educational, and financial services were necessary focal points. Developing Our Youth was created to provide opportunities, resources, and guidance to young individuals, enabling them to realize their full potential and become active contributors to society. Through our programs and initiatives, we aim to foster personal growth, develop essential skills, promote leadership, and cultivate a sense of social responsibility among the youth.

Organizer

Developing Our Youth

WHO WE ARE

Our Roots

As an alternative school Head Master in one of the most disadvantaged cities in America, Jack Solomon recognized the need for youth to have diversions from the dangers of crime and the lifestyles that come with it.  With this experience, he realized that the need of mental, educational, and financial services were necessary focal points. Developing Our Youth was created to provide opportunities, resources, and guidance to young individuals, enabling them to realize their full potential and become active contributors to society. Through our programs and initiatives, we aim to foster personal growth, develop essential skills, promote leadership, and cultivate a sense of social responsibility among the youth.