Young people invited to Dream Centre information evening

Local youth are invited to meet with Julie Ochterbeck and Jaclyn Schlembach at the CCN complex in Whiteabbey to find how they can help make a real difference in the lives of people in Newtownabbey. INNT 12-220-CON
Local youth are invited to meet with Julie Ochterbeck and Jaclyn Schlembach at the CCN complex in Whiteabbey to find how they can help make a real difference in the lives of people in Newtownabbey. INNT 12-220-CON
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young people are being urged to attend a special Dream Centre information evening taking place at the Christian Communications Network’s (CCN) Edenmore Complex at 646 Shore Road, Whiteabbey on Saturday, March 24, to hear how they can make a real difference within their community.

The meeting will discuss how community action by young people in Newtownabbey can help the borough’s hurting. Young people from Dream Centre are keen to encourage even more volunteers who want to make a difference to the lives of members of the local community by painting fences, cutting lawns, reaching the lonely, helping with groceries and also assisting young people and families suffering with anxiety, depression and lack of purpose.

Two young ladies, Jaclyn Schlembach and Julie Ochterbeck from Houston, Texas, have come to Northern Ireland at their own expense and are now making a huge difference each week through working with adopt-a-block which enables young people to use their time and skills for the good of the community.

All young people are invited to take part in these exciting new developments in the area and to discover how they can be part of it.

Admission to Saturday’s information evening is free and you are welcome to bring friends with you. The evening begins at 7pm.

For more information contact the Dream Centre office Tel: 028 9085 3997 or email Julie at: julie.dreamcentrebelfast@yahoo.co.uk