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Morgan Empowered sponsors ‘What will I do on my summer break?’

Article Date: 
18 May, 2012 (All day)

After Brad Barton addressed Morgan County families on May 1 about the “illusion vs. reality” of underage drinking, families participated in “What Will I Do On My Summer Break?”  The youth in particular had a blast visiting various booths and hands-on displays in the MHS commons area sponsored by local businesses and organizations which provide summer-time activities, camps, classes, and events for kids and families in our Morgan County community.  

Parents were able to visit each booth and sign up their kids for summer-time fun.  It is the mission of Morgan Empowered to coordinate family and community resources to empower our youth to become responsible and upright adults.   We had great community support and hope you will keep an eye out for additional activities sponsored by Morgan Empowered.  

Did you miss this event?  You’re in luck!  Below is a list of our participating community businesses and organizations who would love to have you and your kids participate in all they have to offer over summer vacation:

AYSO Soccer 801-876-3834

Dots & Doodles 801-425-1079

East Canyon State Park / Utah State Parks and Recreation 801-707-1526

Mad Science 801-392-6935

Morgan Academy of Dance 801-668-0789

Morgan City Family Movie Night at Riverside Park –

Morgan County 4-H 801-829-3472

Morgan County Fair 801-821-7125

Morgan County Library 801-829-3481

Morgan Valley Marathon -

Parkside Lanes 801- 829-6012

Rocky Mountain Fine Art classes 801-829-6414

Stampin’Up! 801-829-3070

Venturing Scouts (Girls & Boys ages 14 - 20) 801-829-3029

Weber County Human Services –

Zumba by Raquel 801-388-0957