It was all smiles Saturday when Communiteen, a local teen fellowship group founded by Milton High students, held its final summer event with support from Milton’s Better Together at Bethwell Community Center.
During the event teens from across Milton painted wood heart magnets as part of the “Milton Love Project,” which places the trinkets in the in the hands of neighbors who need a bit of love and encouragement.
Additionally, the teens held an “ice breaker” to introduce everyone and decorated T-shirts to promote the group.
To see photos from the event via Better Together’s Facebook page, click here.
Founded by Milton High School students Ansley Bradwell and Meredith Johnson, Communiteen promotes and fosters friendships among teens of all abilities while endorsing a feeling of community and togetherness. They have routinely partnered with Better Together, a city-sponsored volunteer group dedicated to building a welcoming community in Milton, to ensure successful and well-attended events.
“This was our most successful event yet,” said Bradwell. “So we definitely plan to continue with Communiteen gatherings in the future.”
For more information or to participate in a Communiteen event, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more information on Better Together, please contact Community Builder Wayne Boston at 678-252-2512 or email@example.com.