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MYC After School Program March Updates!

We would like to welcome you and your family to the seventh month of this school year's Milford Youth Center After School Program! 

Some of these programs this month include the JAG Youth Council, Arts & Crafts, Instructional Boxing Conditioning, Kids Choice, Homework Help, Stress Free Fridays, and many other daily physical fitness activities/open gym. Click here for our full March Calendar! Sign up's for our March Madness Tournament & Three point and Dunk contest will be Monday, March 24th! For our event calendar for the year, click here!  Summer Camp information will be available soon!!! The Milford Youth Center after school program is open for youth ages 8-18, free of charge, from 2-6 pm Monday through Friday (unless otherwise noted on our calendar). We see over 200 youth every day, through this program and the many community and sports organizations that utilize the facility. All participants must fill out a registration form to be a member. Once this form is returned to the Center, the member will be provided with an ID barcode to be placed on the back of their Milford Student ID's (once they are issued). This will be how Youth Center staff will track attendance.Therefore, all members are required to bring in their Milford School ID's in order to enter the facility. For the MYC Code of Conduct, click here. You can find out all up-to-date info at our website.  

If you would like to volunteer, donate, or run a program during next school year's after school program please call or email the Center.  Clickhere for volunteer form! The Milford Youth Center would like to thank the numerous volunteers, individuals and organizations that allow us to continue to grow and provide a safe and fun environment for the Youth of Milford! We would like to specifically thank this month: United Way of Tri-County, Teachers Driving Academy, Little Gym of Medway, Christine Daddario, Robert & Ann Bodio, and Matt Holms. 

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