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Trinity McQueen, a Youth Horizons’ Protégé since 2015, is graduating from the Mentoring Program as well as her online high school. But she’s not done learning. Thanks in part to her Mentor, Bobbie Suttle, Trinity is continuing her education as a full-time student at Butler Community College in El Dorado. Trinity graduated from James Madison,...

Youth Horizons staff joined Eastminster Presbyterian Church Mentors and Washington Elementary School officials on May 19 to celebrate student Proteges in an inaugural "Lunch Buddy" program. The celebration featured  playtime, banjo music, singing, ice cream, gift bags and more. Washington counselor Maggie Onstott smiled as students enjoyed the celebration, engaged with their Mentors and...

  Greetings, I have had the unique opportunity of leading many groups of people my entire adult life, but never have I witnessed such dedication, devotion, faithfulness and selfless acts until I joined the Youth Horizons team. This team’s dedication to young people is unmatched. Their devotion to ministry exudes them. I was speaking to board member,...

Youth Horizons is excited to introduce the mentoring Wall of Fame. At the annual Youth Horizons Awards Ceremony, June 2, we will announce two Mentors of the Year, who will be added to a new Wall of Fame plaque. The plaque will be displayed at the downtown office. Each year, we will select two winners...

Corban and David Lewis celebrated their third year together in February through the mentoring program at Youth Horizons. It didn’t take long for them to discover that they have a lot of things in common. They both have a love for classic cars, fishing and boating, putting model cars together, and eating at Texas Roadhouse....

HOOP! FOR NOAH is a 3-on-3 fundraiser basketball tournament in memory of Noah Bruce Macias. At the age of 17, Noah was diagnosed with testicular cancer, and battled it until God called him home on January 15, 2020. Youth Horizons is grateful to be the beneficiary of this memorial fundraiser. Noah was a former YH...

Greetings, this newsletter comes to you with excitement about the work we are doing at Youth Horizons and the opportunity for impact in 2022. I just finished reading a book titled “Reweaving Shalom” and was encouraged throughout the book because it spoke profoundly of God’s intent around “Peace.” At a greater level, it was affirming...

January is National Mentoring Month, a time to focus on the needs, benefits, rewards, and opportunities in mentoring. In this month’s newsletter, we feature Mentor Trish Kelly who has been matched with Chloe for more than nine years. Q: What’s the most memorable thing you’ve done together? A: On two occasions, we attended shows at...