By Crystal Thompson
Avis Chenoweth, volunteer for Reach For Tomorrow, a mentoring program for girls, provided under the Hill County Mentoring Program, said that the group is looking for members.
Reach For Tomorrow is a mentoring program for girls in grades 6-8. Local adults volunteer their time to become a mentor to the girls.
Mentoring involves spending time with the girls and participating in activities that can include anything from sharing a pizza to helping with homework.
On Saturday, the Reach for Tomorrow group will be carving pumpkins at the girl scout house at 4:00.
All girls in 6-8th grades are invited to attend to learn more about the mentoring program. Registration for girls who would like a mentor will take place at this time. Chenoweth encourages everyone to come and check it out.
"This is a chance for them to get all the information," she said.
On Tuesday, the group will be trick-or-treating with the Lion's Club; and on Wednesday they will be collecting used eye glasses and non-perishable food items from the community.
The group is also looking for adults who would like to help with the program, "We're always looking for mentors," Chenoweth said.
For more information about the upcoming activities, contact Avis Chenoweth at 265-1384.
For information about the Hill County Mentoring Program/Reach for Tomorrow, call 262-KIDS.