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FDL youth to lead Global Youth Service Day projects

5:23 PM, Mar. 28, 2013  |  Comments
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Preparations are already under way for volunteer service in Fond du Lac, as part of celebrations taking place worldwide for the 25th anniversary of Global Youth Service Day

Global Youth Service Day, involving approximately 300 youth from Fond du Lac will join millions of youth worldwide.

Approximately 300 of Fond du Lac's youth will join young people around the world in celebrating the 25th anniversary of Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). As the largest service event in the world, GYSD caps National Volunteer Week in the United States, and coincides with other major international events, such as Earth Day. Spanning four days April 26, 27, 28, 29 -- GYSD recognizes the invaluable contributions that young people make 365 days a year. Learn more at www.GYSD.org.

Young people who would like to get involved in The Volunteer Center's Global Youth

Service Day activities may visit/contact the Volunteer Center at 926-1414; or volunteercenter@fdlvolunteer.com.

Any non-profit interested in having area youth work at their site on a Youth Service Day project are encouraged to contact The Volunteer Center to register their project

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