Police Chief Ted Boe to appear at Youth Volunteer Appreciation Party Thursday

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Burien Police Chief Ted Boe will appear at a monthly Youth Volunteer Appreciation Party this Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, for students at Sylvester Middle School and Highline High School.

Skully Serves will be hosting it:

Many of our youth come from low-income families and still desire to volunteer and serve others in a positive way in their community. We would like to commend and celebrate them for their selflessness.

Helping to bridge the gap between local city officials and young citizens in the Burien community, Chief Ted Boe is our special guest for the afternoon and will meet students, say words of encouragement re: the volunteerism they are doing in the Burien community, the importance of service to others and remaining involved.

In the past, students from the Skully Serves Youth Service Program have made a difference by: making/posting flyers around school about gun safety awareness, made dinner for Hospitality House residents, made holiday cookies for Second Chance Sober Encampment and Riverton Place residents, planted trees in Mathison Park, walked dogs and cleaned cat crates for Burien C.A.R.E.S, and played Bingo with nursing home residents at Burien Rehab and Nursing, just to name a few.

Event Details:

WHEN: Thursday Nov. 29, 2018, 3:45-4:45 p.m.

WHERE: Highline High School (DECA Room), 225 S 152nd St Burien, WA

About Skully Serves
Skully Serves, a nonprofit organization, focuses on the promotion of youth volunteerism, service learning, and civically engages youth in their communities. In partnership with Burien Parks and Rec, Skully Serves provides 2-3 youth after-school volunteer opportunities weekly for Sylvester Middle School and Highline High School Students.

More information can be found at www.SkullyServes.com.

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