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Beverly Calender-Anderson
Director
Community and Family Resources Department
andersb@bloomington.in.gov
812-349-3560
 

Extended Opportunity to Participate in Bicentennial Teen Roundtable and to Nominate Students for SWAGGER Awards

Bloomington, Ind. - The City of Bloomington Commission on the Status of Children and Youth has extended the deadline on applications for the Bicentennial Teen Roundtable to October 9 and the deadline for nominations for the SWAGGER Awards to October 12.

The Bicentennial Teen Roundtable is an opportunity for high school students to voice their opinions about issues affecting teens in our community and to begin to envision what they would like our community to look like in the future. The roundtable will meet at the Monroe County Public Library four times October 14 through November 4.  Applications can be found at https://tinyurl.com/TeenRoundtable or in the Community and Family Resources Department (CFRD) of City Hall (401 N. Morton St., Suite 260).

SWAGGER Awards are presented to Students Who Act Generously, Grow, and Earn Respect. Successful nominees show commitment to certain causes or display actions that have improved their lives and/or the lives of others around them.  Educators, clergy, friends, neighbors, relatives and others are encouraged to nominate a student who lives or attends school within the geographical boundaries of the Monroe County Community School Corporation. Nomination forms are available at https://form.jotform.com/62234472543150 or in CFRD.
 

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