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For her unwavering commitment to kindness instead of bullying, the Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau (LAYSB) has chosen Forest Lake High School senior Haleigh Gulden as the recipient of the 2012 “On Behalf of Youth” award.” A ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 29, with a dessert...Read More
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  All youth from kindergarten to 12th grade looking for a fun summer activity are invited to pitch horseshoes on Tuesday evenings at the Forest Lake VFW. The Minnesota Gopher State Horseshoe Pitchers Association (MGSHPA) has partnered with Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau (LAYSB) to offer Youth ...Read More
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Teens ages 12 to 17 are invited to take advantage of Job Connection, a way for adults to get affordable help and youth to gain experience. In this program, motivated youth are connected with older or disabled adults in Forest Lake and surrounding areas who need help with home chores and yard work. P...Read More
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Prom and graduation season is fast approaching, and teens are anxious to celebrate.  While these events can be fun rites of passage, without proper guidance they also can become opportunities for poor decision-making. Some teens mark the occasion with chemical use. It’s important that parents hel...Read More
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To all high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in finding part-time work: Don’t miss the “Get Hired” event. This information session will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, at the Central Learning Center, 200 SW 4th St. in Forest Lake. Here’s what you...Read More
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Heidi Christensen Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau As a parent of a pre-teen I often wish there was something I could do to guarantee that my child would always make good decisions and resist all high-risk behavior. In reality there are no guarantees when it comes to parenting. There are, however, pr...Read More
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