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'Friday Night Lights' to ignite again this week

Activities planned to engage junior-high-aged youth

Posted: February 25, 2013 6:55 p.m.
Updated: February 25, 2013 6:55 p.m.

From left, Anthony Marino, Nico Marino and Stephen Ziegler enjoy a moment with city Human Services Coordinator Susie Cordova as she takes their photo at a booth set up at the city's Friday Night Lights event at the Canyon Country Community Center on Feb. 1.

 

Junior high school students are invited to the second “Friday Night Lights” at the Canyon Country Community Center this week, featuring XerGames wall-based interactive games, a social media contests and other activities, an organizer said.

The night of teen action is designed to “get junior high students out there, involved and get them busy,” said Anthony Martinez, human services coordinator for Santa Clarita and organizer for “Friday Night Lights.”

Targeted for the activities are those students not necessarily involved in sports or other after-school activities, Martinez said, but rather those looking for something to do.

The ultimate goal is to engage youth and keep them off the streets and “out of mischief,” he said.

The first “Friday Night Lights,” held Feb. 1, drew 25-30 youth, Martinez said. Plans call for several activities in Canyon Country to build a group of involved youth, then to move the event around to other areas of the city to build attendance, hopefully 100 or more teens.

During the summer, activities are planned every Friday night for eight weeks.

Friday’s event runs 7-9:30 p.m. at the Canyon Country Community Center, 18792 Flying Tiger Drive. For more information, contact 661-286-4006.

 

 

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