Get Ready for Spot 394 in July

Get Ready for Spot 394 in July
We are gearing up for Spot 394! Bring your bestie for free food and tons of fun. Join us at UMSL’s Recreation and Wellness Center on July 15th. Play basketball, sit and chill, join in on a craft, play a game and eat. Don’t miss out on this awesome event!  

THE FERGUSON YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD WAN...

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What Is The Youth Advisory Board About? The city created a Youth Advisory Board to facilitate the involvement of young people in government processes in order to receive a youth perspective on issues which affect the city as a whole. Through the board, the city additionally seeks to empower youth to participate in improving their quality of [...]

Learn to Play Bass Guitar on Thursday...

Learn to Play Bass Guitar on Thursday at Drop In
Teens come learn how to play the bass at Drop In this Thursday from 3:30pm-7pm. We know you’ve heard of these legendary bassists, Paul McCarthy of the Beatles, Verdine White of Earth Wind and Fire and Bootsy Collins. Come see what playing the bass in all about! https://www.facebook.com/FergusonYouthInitiative/

Summer Reading Challenge at Ferguson ...

Summer Reading Challenge at Ferguson Municipal Library
FYI and the Ferguson Municipal Library are teaming up during Drop-In Wednesdays for a teen book challenge from 1:00-2:00pm. Teens are encouraged to bring their favorite book and a friend. Join in in the fun today at 110 Church St. Ferguson, MO 63135 in the student lounge area and “Let’s Talk Books”!

AutoZone Donates $1,000 to FYI on Giv...

AutoZone Donates $1,000 to FYI on Give STL Day
IMG_0030[1] AutoZone Supports the FYI Ferguson Youth Initiative with a $1,000 donation. Hazel Erby of the 1st District County Council joins in support. 

FYI Mourns the Loss of Gail Babcock, ...

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Picture from “Humans of St. Louis” The Ferguson Youth Initiative is mourning the loss of Ms. Gail Babcock. Ms. Babcock died on Monday, December 14 following a long battle with cancer. She served in leadership for the organization since 2010. Gail Babcock believed in, and encouraged, the potential of young adults. A longtime reside [...]