The Crescenta Valley Youth Town Council’s schedule has been jam-packed these past few weeks. One of the council’s first events was a bonding day, organized by Robbyn Battles, president of the CV Town Council. The crew went horseback riding together and was able to enjoy each other’s company. The day ended with a fantastic lunch. Growing closer together not only helps to build teamwork and efficiency, but unforgettable friendships, too.
The CVYTC also made an appearance at the Montrose Christmas Parade, where members rode in cars and helped ring in holiday cheer. In addition, the CVYTC decided to give out a Spirit Award this year. It was a new idea to commemorate the beautifully decorated houses in the area. The council members drove around and marveled at the beauty of all the homes adorned with Christmas lights. The Spirit Award recipients are posted online, and can be found on our Facebook page.
In addition, the CVYTC hosted its own holiday show at Oakview Convalescent Home on Dec. 20. The CVYTC members gathered students in the community who wanted to spread holiday happiness. There were a wide array of acts including a jump-rope team, talented musicians and breathtaking dancers. One of the goals of the CVYTC is to instill a sense of charity and love into the heart of our community and, because of that, we were all able to enjoy the holidays.
As you can see, it’s been busy! More events are in the making, and the Youth Town Council will be sure to update the community on its plans. Stay connected with the CVYTC on its Facebook page, and check out what’s coming up.