Montgomery County Juvenile Court, under the leadership of Judge Nick Kuntz and Judge Anthony Capizzi, will be partnering with Montgomery County Environmental Services, United Against Violence and the Dayton Police Department to conduct a neighborhood clean-up on Friday, April 1, 2016 in the Westwood neighborhood. Approximately 30 youth and 20 staff will participate in this service project. The Juvenile Court working in conjunction with Environmental Services has targeted this location as an area in need of attention and cleaning.
The youth participants will also be handing out pamphlets of information for the citizens in this community. The information will contain a variety of community resources (police, alcohol and drug services, mental health services, educational services, food assistance services, medical services, etc.) available to the residents. The Juvenile Court staff and youth are excited to participate in this project, and most importantly, give back to the community.
What: Community Clean-Up facilitated by Montgomery County Juvenile Court
When: Friday, April 1, 2016
Time: 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Community Clean-up will take place in the Westwood Neighborhood between W. Third Street and Edison St. and N. Ardmore Ave and Brooklyn Ave. The group will convene at St. Benedict the Moor prior to the clean-up.
Photo Op: Youth serving their community and removing debris from the neighborhood
Contact: Brian O’Connell, Montgomery County Juvenile Court
937-496-6972 or 937-239-8595