Engaging Youth To Advance Community Health, Equity, And Safety

HealthAffairs.org By Marian Mulkey and Adiel Suarez-Murias July 10, 2019   Striking differences by race and ethnicity in community health and public safety outcomes, with worrying implications for America’s youth, have been documented at the county and zip code levels….Read More

Shade canopy wins downtown bracket challenge

By Lashana Harney Winchester Sun After three weeks of community voting in the Winchester Downtown Bracket, the shade canopy project takes the win. Rachel Alexander, executive director of Main Street Winchester, said the proposed project won by a landslide, joking…Read More

In real life: Legacy Grove Youth Design Team sees ideas implemented

Twenty-five-member Team, families tour Adventure Play Area construction site  More than two-dozen Clark County children saw their ideas for a new two-acre Adventure Play Area come to life at Legacy Grove park Friday evening. The 25-member Youth Design Team and…Read More

Winchester teen challenges negative stereotypes of students with disabilities

What’s Your Ambition?! grant will support students working concessions at RDC soccer games A Winchester teenager is spearheading a project aimed at breaking stereotypes of students with disabilities. Allee Mullins, a seventh grade student at Robert D. Campbell Junior High…Read More