Young Life to host hot dog social Sept. 9

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Last year over 200 students turned out for the Young Life hot dog social. (Cherokee Polk photo)

Last year over 200 students turned out for the Young Life hot dog social. (Cherokee Polk photo)

Young Life will host its’ annual hot dog social Monday after school in the front parking lot by Tom Shine Performance Hall.

“Young Life is a Christian organization,” Younglife student leader Sharonda Davis said. “We meet every Monday after school. You can come, play games, get free food, and make new friends.”

Students are invited to meet in the front parking lot at 3p.m. to celebrate the beginning of a new school year with hot dogs and beverages. The social will also be an opportunity for students to better see what Young Life is about as a club.

“This is a great organization and more students should check us out,” Younglife teacher sponsor James Rich said. “ We want to see everyone out there for some free food and fellowship.”