Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau
Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau (LAYSB) is offering two fantastic opportunities for adults to volunteer with youths. A “Hidden Hero” is a mystery match pen pal program linking youths to caring adults for the 2012-2013 school year.  Adult “Hidden Heroes” write letters to youth at least once ...Read More
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Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau is offering two fantastic opportunities for adults to volunteer with youths. A “Hidden Hero” is a mystery match pen pal program linking youths to caring adults for the 2012-2013 school year.  Adult “Hidden Heroes” write letters to youth at least once a month....Read More
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The 24th Annual Sunrise Bassmasters’ Bass Tournament, which benefits the Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau, will take place on East and West Rush Lake on Saturday, Aug. 25 from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Two-person teams can compete, and there’s a five fish limit with 12-inch minimum size. Entrant’s fe...Read More
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Every Thursday evening between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m., Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau at 244 N. Lake Street in Forest Lake is hosting a free, drop-in Parent Support Meeting. Jackie Hays, Parent Education & Support Coordinator, will be on hand to discuss your parenting situation with you and give yo...Read More
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National Volunteer Week is April 15-21, and this is a great time to recognize volunteers and celebrate the spirit of volunteerism. We all know a volunteer. Many of us are volunteers ourselves and know first-hand the selfless nature of people who give with no expectation of being paid for their time....Read More
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When youths under the age of 12 begin stealing from stores or people, vandalizing, beating up other kids, or committing other law violations, services designed for them are hard to come by. LAYSB developed the Twelve and Under Restorative Justice Program specifically to meet the needs of this popula...Read More
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By Derrick Knutson— Maybe little Johnny spray-painted lewd pictures on the city water tower. Maybe he’s routinely ignored town curfew and been caught by police on multiple occasions. Or maybe he’s had a hit or two of reefer. Those are all offenses a youngster could do a stint in a juvenile det...Read More
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