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The Office of Cultural Affairs is offering Atlanta Youth Cultural and Educational After School Prog.
The Office of Cultural Affairs is offering Atlanta Youth Cultural and Educational After School Prog.

Atlanta, GA--  

The Office of Cultural Affairs is offering an opportunity for the youth of Atlanta to gain access to after-school cultural and educational enrichment classes.  The JD Sims Recreational Center has reopened under Mayor Kasim Reed in hopes of inspiring youth in the neighborhood and providing a place where they can study. 

This facility features a dance studio, computer lab, large multi-purpose room, arts and crafts room and kitchen.  These areas will be utilized with the help of the After-School All-Stars for tutoring and homework assistance.  In addition the Dance Canvas will be instructing the dance classes, there will be theater classes taught by Theater with True Colors and Character Building with United Brothers.  Our goal is to provide an opportunity for youth to participate in educational and cultural activates that contribute to their growth and achievement. 

Currently the fee for enrollment is $10 per week, yet consideration will be given to financial hardship and number of dependents.  We understand that these are difficult economic times and will work with you so that no child is turned away who is willing and eager to participate in the program.