Bradley Young Life goes country
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Bradley County Young Life is hosting its annual fundraising banquet on March 19, at 6:30 p.m. at Black Fox Farms.

The theme for the evening is “Young Life Goes Country.”

Guests will come dressed in their best Western gear and enjoy an evening of fun, food and hearing about the ministry of Young Life in Bradley County.

The night will include stories of kids and leaders who have been impacted by Young Life.

David Haskins, area director of Young Life in Chattanooga, will be speaking. The evening will be catered by Impression’s Catering.

Since 1941, Young Life has been earning the right to be heard by the adolescent culture. Staff and volunteers have invested countless hours building relationships and investing in the lives of teenagers around the world. Bradley County Young Life has been changing the lives of high schoolers in Cleveland since 2007.

They are currently active in all three schools in Bradley County.

Young Life is run by one staff person, a committee of adults from the community, 14 college-aged volunteer leader and two teacher leaders.

Every week, Bradley County Young Life is in contact with hundreds of teenagers in the city. Leaders love and care for them as they combat the rough waters of high school.

To get involved with Young Life or to attend “Young Life Goes Country” email or call 206-426-2394.