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Kinloch Kloset: A New Donation Destination   [caption id="attachment_19136" align="alignleft" width="300"] Reneene Wenzel Showing the Kinloch Kloset.[/caption] There is a new go-to place for clothing at Youth Horizons’ Kinloch Price Boys Ranch. It’s aptly called Kinloch Kloset, a sort of makeshift thrift store that houses donated clothing, shoes and other needed every day items for the boys living...

Blessings for The Wren Project God has already blessed the Wren Home project in several ways. Recently, we announced that the project was approved for a Tax Credit Grant from the State of Kansas. With the new approval, the tax credit benefits donors or businesses that donate $250 or more to the Wren Project. Those donors...

Distance Drawing Class, July 6 [caption id="attachment_18935" align="alignright" width="300"] Amanda and Kizzaryja, matched 4 years[/caption] Before quarantine, the mentoring program had partnered with CityArts to offer monthly art classes in a variety of mediums to our mentoring matches. The last few had to be cancelled, but in July, we partnered through video calls. CityArts Instructor April Morgan...

[caption id="attachment_18892" align="alignright" width="300"] Robert Garner, President[/caption] Greetings, I hope this newsletter finds you safe and healthy. It seems as though the circle of Covid19 is drawing closer to all of us. I pray that we all continue to exercise social responsibility in order to keep the Wichita Community safe. At Youth Horizons, we will continue to...

[caption id="attachment_18914" align="alignright" width="225"] Michelle, 5th grade graduate[/caption] "One of the things Michelle was sad about missing due to COVID-19 was her 5th grade graduation. It was a really big thing to her and signified moving on to a new school and starting middle school. With some things from around the house, we were able to...

[caption id="attachment_18892" align="alignright" width="300"] Robert Garner, President[/caption] Covid19 and the tension we are facing in the context of social justice have drawn me inward causing me to reflect. I find myself leaning on God like never before. As I draw from the abundance of God’s grace and mercy, I find peace and comfort. My confidence in...

written by Deb Shirkey, mentor [caption id="attachment_18873" align="alignright" width="300"] Katelin and Deb, 2010[/caption] In the summer of 2010, Earnest Alexander approached the church I was attending at the time, and asked us if we would consider being a part of a new type of Youth Horizons’ match program. It was going to be “church based” instead of...

[caption id="attachment_18866" align="alignright" width="300"] Jeff Busenitz, TLP Supervisor[/caption] For now, two apartments on the south end of Kinloch Price Boys Ranch sit empty, occupied only by furniture, a desktop computer and appliances. Soon, though, the properties resting on Woodlawn in rural Valley Center, will bustle with the presence, purpose and promise of teenage boys eager to...

[caption id="attachment_18857" align="alignright" width="200"] One of our 2020 graduates from our residential program[/caption] We are proud to announce that two of our residents have graduated from high school this 2020 school year. David and Stevie have worked hard to achieve this accomplishment and we want to take the time to congratulate them on a job well done. David...

It's been an exciting time at Kinloch Price Boys Ranch, we recently reopened up house 4 and are now able to house 28 residents at our facility. We have currently hired 6 new staff and are waiting for the okay from the Fire Marshall to open up our independent living apartments to serve some of our...