Regional Multicultural Youth Council Update

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The Regional Multicultural Youth Council was recognized and awarded the Respect Award
The Regional Multicultural Youth Council was recognized and awarded the Respect Award

Youth in Thunder Bay Making the City a Better Place

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay’s Regional Multicultural Youth Council is active all year in the city. From weekly meetings, to the after school program at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, to Folklore Festival, the youth work toward making Thunder Bay a better community for us all.

Samantha Smith, the RMYC President shares the latest Council activities with NetNewsLedger.

This weekend working with the Community Action Group in the Windsor Neighbourhood, the RMYC will be doing a community clean-up and a barbecue.

If you are a youth interested in getting involved with the Regional Multicultural Youth Council, you can find them on Facebook. Visit Regional Multicultural Youth Council.

Earlier this year, the RMYC were the recipients of the Diversity Award, which recognized the youth for their activities and leadership in Thunder Bay.

The Regional Multicultural Youth Council was recognized and awarded the Respect Award
The Regional Multicultural Youth Council was recognized and awarded the Respect Award
Girls gaining real life super powers in Thunder Bay at the RMYC
Girls gaining real life super powers in Thunder Bay at the RMYC
Dancing up a storm at Windsor
The music brought the young people onto the makeshift dance floor for fun and lots of smiles.
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