The Chardon Community Action Team (CCAT) is pleased to announce that we have awarded scholarships to Chardon graduates Ella Brickman, Tyler Mothersbaugh and Jennifer Vandenberg.
CCAT works in our community to reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs among our youth through education and drug free activities. Every year the Chardon Community Action Team sponsors a number of events such as our annual Car & Motorcycle Show, which makes this scholarship possible. Please mark your calendars this year show is Augusts 19th.
CCAT was pleased to review appellations from a number of applicants who have chosen to grow up without the influence of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco in their lives. Each applicant not only met all scholarship criteria, but exceeded them.
“Congratulations to each and every one of the applicants who applied for this scholarship that our group offered,” said Lyn Kempf Vice President of CCAT. “It is truly a great thing to see so many youths choosing to live a healthy life.”
To find out more about CCAT very important mission or more about one of our many events, please visit our website at Chardon Community Action Team. We encourage anyone with an interest in our mission to attend one of our monthly meetings held on the third Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the Chardon Municipal Center, which is located at 111 Water Street, Chardon, Ohio 44024.
Pictured In Cover Photo: Matthew Petersen, Lake–Geauga – Prevention Specialist, presents 2018 Chardon graduates Jennifer Vandenberg, Ella Brickman and Tyler Mothersbaugh with their scholarships.