Seventh and eighth grade residents of Woodbridge, Bethany, and Orange will join forces for this spooktacular costume party at Amity Regional High School’s cafeteria (25 Newton Rd., Woodbridge) on Friday, October 19th from 7:00-9:00 pm. Middle schoolers can check out their future high school and meet future classmates. The $5.00 fee covers Wax Hands and a rocking DJ specializing in games and trivia, crazy contests such as donut eating, the mummy wrap, best costume and much more. Refreshments and raffle tickets for awesome prizes are included. Pre-registration brings an extra raffle ticket by emailing Youthone@woodbridgect.org or by calling 203-389-3429. Adult and high school volunteers needed. Call to sign-up. Community service hours offered.
Orange Youth Services promotes positive development in children and youth in grades K-12. Youth Services coordinates, plans, develops, and implements opportunities to enhance child development.
A Word from the Youth Services Coordinator
Our Youth Services Coordinator John Ulatowski retired on August 24, 2018 after serving the Town of Orange for some 12 years impacting the lives of thousands of youths during his tenure.John fostered growth, the importance of education, life skills, safety, self esteem and socialization through Intergenerational Tutoring, High School Scholarship Program, Job Bank, Babysitting, Home Alone and Anti-Bullying Programs to name a few.Through his passion for art and photography John beautified our wing at the Community Center with his photos, and fostered the importance of self expression and growth for children through the Artist Colony and K-6 Art Exhibit.We will miss you and wish you good luck with your retirement.