LC Keystone Raises H.O.P.E.
The La Conner Keystone Club is selling wristbands to bring teen suicide and self-harm awareness to the forefront of the community. These wristbands, which read “Don’t Take a Life- Keep H.O.P.E. Alive” will be on sale at the La Conner Club for $3. This is La Conner’s entry into the Keystone National Project, HOPE: Hold On, Persuade and Empower: Addressing Teen Suicide and Self-Harm in Your Community.
Half of the proceeds will go to Skagit County Functional Family Therapy program. This program offered by Skagit County Community Services, works with youth, and their families to solve their challenges by making positive changes in risky behavior and relationships.
Keystone is the Boys & Girls Club’s service learning program for teens. This unique leadership development experience provides opportunities for young people ages 14 to 18. If you have questions for our programs that promote Good Character & Leadership, please contact Service Learning Coordinator, Kurt Wambaugh or Program Director, Annie Webb at 360-466-3672