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LTWLA Attends Groveport-Madison HS Community Fair

Updated: Mar 21

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The vibrant halls of Groveport Madison High School recently buzzed with excitement as Lead the Way staff set up a table at the Community Fair. The event was not just a gathering of local businesses and organizations; it was a celebration of community, diversity, and entrepreneurship.

LTWLA seized the opportunity to spread awareness about its program. Engaging conversations flowed effortlessly as staff members interacted with attendees, focusing on essential life skills crucial for navigating the journey beyond high school. We discussed college preparedness, insights into workforce opportunities, skilled trades, and basic life skills, conversations that left a lasting impact on the youth.

The Community Fair showcased a myriad of talents and entrepreneurship, particularly among other black-owned vendors. From black-owned authors sharing their literary works to cozy coffee shops serving up delightful brews, and artists mesmerizing attendees with their creations. Snack shops tantalized taste buds with delectable treats, while skincare makers infused the atmosphere with the essence of self-care and beauty. Each vendor brought something unique to the table, contributing to the tapestry of possibility. The fair was a testament to the richness and diversity of our community.

As LTWLA reflects on its participation at the Groveport Madison High School Community Fair, it does so with gratitude and a renewed sense of purpose. The event was more than just a platform for raising awareness; it was an opportunity to bridge communities, inspire minds, and pave the way for a brighter future. We are excited to continue to cherish and nurture the amazing resources we have, knowing that together, we can achieve greatness.


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