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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Youth Have Crossed Bridges for 11 Years

 

Provided by Natalie Gorsuch

One of the many community service ventures that the youth of the Bridge Project completed was packing meals for the St. Vincent de Paul food kitchen. Pictured are (from left): Laney Prough, Eliza Mock, Kelsie Butler, Rylan Heeter, Morgan Reighard, Caleb Barroner, Chelsey Lane, Olivia Aurandt, Ashley Brubaker and Seth, Alana and Bo Isenberg.

What do you get when you cross Williamsburg youth with summer community service and recreational activities? You get the Bridge Project.

The Bridge Project is in its 11th year in Williamsburg and is a six-week program for grades 4-6 and junior high students. Operating three days a week, the Bridge Project combines community service, learning and hands-on experiences and recreational activities.

The Bridge Project was the brainchild of Lizzy Isenberg and Dave Cadle from the Crossroad. When it first started in 2008, "we wanted to build bridges – build relationships between kids, give them...



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