Local Community Enrichment Program, YM4C - Young Men 4 Christ, is having its third installment of ManUP Barbershop Talk Session on Wednesday, October 25 from 6:30pm-8:30pm hosted by Tonsorial Life Barbershop, 5416 Rock Quarry Road Ste. 105, Raleigh, NC 27610.
This event brings together middle school and high school age young men and law enforcement to help bridge the gap and develop positive interactions to negate negative outcomes.
In the past topics of discussion have ranged from police brutality, self-esteem, gangs in school, peer pressure and love for one another.
The topic of discussion on October 25th will be drugs in schools.
The vison of YM4C leadership is to move these monthly talks throughout all of Raleigh and surrounding areas.
So far YM4C has spearheaded events at Before & After Barbershop (Poole Rd) & GQ Cuts (Rock Quarry Rd).
At each event attendees can expect at least 15-20 young men, 6 to 7 representatives from the Raleigh Police Department, engagement, laughter and plenty of pizza!
As an added bonus each barbershop donates their time to give each young man a complimentary haircut.
The ManUP Barbershop Talk Session events are just one of the programs YM4C leads.
YM4C hosts weekly impact sessions every Thursday from 6:00pm-8:30pm at The Gathering Place, 3500 Woodmeadow Parkway, Raleigh, NC 27610.
A mixture of Fun, Food & Faith is used to create an environment of teamwork, love, servitude and respect.
The goal weekly is to help mature the excellence inside of every young man; bring out his very best.
For more information about YM4C – Young Men 4 Christ and their program and how you can help their cause, visit YM4C.com
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