Tisak also serves as Ambridge Area School District Homeless Liaison and is the Pre-K Counts contact.
In addition, four students will be recognized for their outstanding success as a result, in part, of their participation in the Franklin Center’s education and mentoring programs. They are Jesse Council, Joziah Council, Amber Liggett and Taja Finley.
James H. Carter, M.S. will provide the keynote address. Carter has dedicated his life to the development of youth and was a founding member of the board of directors for the organization.
This is the Franklin Center’s 30th anniversary of providing outreach and referral services to the area. In 1984 big industry was fading away, anxiety was high and people were moving away from Beaver County when a ray of hope began to shine brightly from Franklin Avenue in Aliquippa. The original name was the Aliquippa Alliance for Unity and Development (AAUD). It is now known as The Franklin Center of Beaver County, Inc. and has grown to serve the entire county as well as the surrounding area.
Planning on attending:
Friday, October 10, 2014 from 11 – 2
The Fez, 2312 Brodhead Road, Aliquippa, PA 15001
Tickets are $30.00
To make your reservation, please call 724-378-2882 and ask for Mr. Shon Owens or click here
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