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Glenn County Friday Night Live 1984 - 2014. Builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities. 30 YEARS OF FNL. EVERY 15 MINUTES- OVER SIX EFM EVENTS, 3,500 STUDENTS FNLM- 15 YEARS, 500 STUDENTS

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Glenn County

Friday Night Live

1984 - 2014

Builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities

30 years of fnl
30 YEARS OF FNL
  • EVERY 15 MINUTES- OVER SIX EFM EVENTS, 3,500 STUDENTS
  • FNLM- 15 YEARS, 500 STUDENTS
  • FNL-30 YEARS, 100S OF STUDENTS
glenn county fnl partnership
GLENN COUNTY FNL PARTNERSHIP
  • Club Live
  • CK Price Middle School: 6th-8th grade
  • FNL
  • Orland High School: 9th -12th grade
  • Willows High School: 9th -12th grade
  • Hamilton High School: 9th -12th grade
  • Princeton High School: 9th -12thgrade
  • Glenn County Youth Council: 14-20 yrs
  • FNL Mentoring
  • Willow: W.I.S. and W.H.S.
  • Orland: C.K. and O.H.S.
standard of practice
Standard of Practice

ALL YOUTH IN FNL WILL EXPERIENCE:

  • A Safe Environment
  • Opportunities for Community Engagement
  • Opportunities for Leadership and Advocacy
  • Opportunities to Engage in Meaningful Skill

Building

  • Opportunities for Caring and Meaningful

Relationships with Adults and Peers

current campaigns
CURRENT CAMPAIGNS
  • DISTRACTED DRIVING
    • Orland/Willows/Hamilton
      • Youth Traffic Safety Summit-September
      • DUI Courts in Schools-Ongoing
      • Every 15 Minutes-Ongoing
      • Distracted Driving Awareness-Ongoing
      • Underage Drinking Prevention-Ongoing
      • TRACE Awareness-Ongoing
      • Casey’s Pledge-Ongoing
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