Thursday, April 8, 2010

M-NCPPC Safe Summer Call for Support

Safe Summer Call for Support on Tuesday, April 13th 1:30 – 3:30pm
Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex
Landover A and B Rooms

The Department of Parks and Recreation aims to “Make late nights GREAT nights!” M-NCPPC is taking on the night in 2010 to provide young people ages 12-24 with a safe haven after dark. From June 25 to August 21, twenty-four of our facilities will be open from 10 pm to midnight Monday through Saturday to provide teens and young adults with places where they can hang out with friends, explore recreational pursuits, and learn about taking an active role in keep themselves and their communities safe.

M-NCPPC believes in taking the “village” approach in assisting our youth in making wiser and safer choices for their future. With your support, we can make this program an even greater success. Your support can come in many forms: through tax deductible gifts and donations, promotional and advertising support, gift cards and giveaway items, and commitments of volunteer time. The Department of Parks and Recreation is excited to share results from 2009, plans for 2010 Safe Summer activities and stories from our community partners to spread the word and assist with ensuring Safe Summer 2010’s success. Last year we served over 40,000 youth, with your help we can achieve more! Please join us as we provide opportunities for Prince George’s County youth to live more, play more!

RSVP by April 12th at 301-446-3400

For more information, please contact Anica O’Neil at 301-446-3438 or email at

Anica O'Neil
Youth Specialist, Special Programs Division
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation
7833 Walker Drive, Suite 110
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
Office: (301)446-3438/(301)446-3401

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