A BTCC member attended the January 2016 meeting of the Commission on the Status of Children and Youth following an MLK Jr. Day screening of The Raising of America.  The Commission was discussing their success with the first ever Students Who Act Generously, Grow and Earn Respect, (S.W.A.G.G.E.R.) Awards, an honor bestowed on local youth who improved their lives or the lives of others, and generating ideas for Mental Health Month in May.  Our BTCC rep was excited to share info about the network’s goals and learn about opportunities to collaborate.  Check out the IDS coverage of the Commission and BTCC!




BTCC gets a shout out in the Indiana Daily Student

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