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The Kateslem after-school program was established in 1999 for young people ages 11 to 14 who were vulnerable or at-risk of engaging in vandalism, drugs and alcohol as well as gang and prostitution recruitment.

The program assists youth by providing supervised, after-school activities such as help with homework, life skills (personal hygiene, meal planning), creative activities (arts and crafts), recreational activities, drug awareness, discussion groups and conflict resolution. The activities are aimed at helping the young people develop positive social and communication skills.

Senator Martin was pleased to attend the fundraiser for such a worthy program aimed at protecting our youth.