What have we been up to...
The Youth Unite has hosted all types of events to promote community involvement and raise awareness of bullying. A few of our events have been captured below by Hourglass Media.
A few of our projects...
- Character Education Assembly at Aldrich and Parkview Schools
- Alakrity Benefit Concert (sponsored in part by Culvers of Beloit)
- Girls Rock! Summer Camp
- Princess Camp
- Castle Conservatory for Music and Art Student Showcase
- Music Therapy
- DVD produced to supplement guidance curriculum
Our vocal coach Sara Lemen practices with her students
Johnny Wittnebel teaches piano to an eager student
Jacob Handrich at The Castle Christmas Recital with his students
A music student brushes up on the accordion
A students performs at this year's Janesville Jolly Jingle
Fun with puppets
Team Castle at the Janesville Jolly Jingle 2017
Another student reads aloud to a holiday crowd
Thank you Terry and everyone at Ecolab for this year's grant!
The Youth Unite hosted a 9/11 Commemoration event on the 15th anniversary
Brittnay and Johnny at Aldrich Middle School just before the Character Education Assembly.
The Girls Rock! summer campers took their percussion instruments for a march outside.
Johnny and two of his guitar students at the Castle Conservatory Music Showcase.
A Youth Unite Board member and teacher, Greg Gerard, talks it over with student performer Josie Hirth and the Castle recital.
Amira Ahles performs splendidly at the Castle Conservatory Recital, July 2015
Brittnay and Johnny with the Parkview Middle School students after a Character Education Assembly.
Stop! Turn! and Walk Away!
Finley Hamilton gives an impassioned recital performance with the Castle’s Greg Gerard.
Girls Rock Camp kids rehearse with Brittnay for the camp finale show.
Brittnay and Miss Andrea hand out the awards to the girl rockers after the Girls Rock summer camp show.
Giving a Presentation at Aldrich Middle School
having fun at Aldrich
Scoopie rocks out at a Youth Unite Concert
Girls Rock Camp finale show was a triumph!