Crossroads Kids Club mentoring starts second semester
About 45 neighborhood middle schoolers showed up consistently each week last fall for a new mentoring program at Trinity Galewood. The second semester is now underway. Character-building activities take place in a small group ratio of 5 students to 1 leader using materials provided by Crossroads Kids Club, which helps churches support kids in public schools. Trinity Galewood’s DCE field worker from Concordia River Forest, Katherine Lutz, is giving leadership to this for the second half of the school year and engaging volunteers from the university as group leaders.