In September, appointees for the Garland Youth Council were installed for the 2014-15 year. Each member is appointed by the Mayor and City Council to give Garland's youth a voice in local government and to learn more about local government's role in its residents' lives. All high school age youth in Garland are welcome to attend GYC meetings and participate in their activities. Visit GarlandYouthCouncil.org or find Garland Youth Council on Facebook.
The Garland Youth Council (GYC) is selling a T-shirt designed by local teens at the 2014 Teen Talk event! The T-shirts are a soft triblend and are available in crew and v-neck. Adult sizes only. Email us at GYC with your size!
The City of Garland wants to hear from Garland teens about growing a better community now and for the future. The Garland Youth Council will host Garland Teen Talk on Saturday, March 2014 from 9 a. to 2 p. at Garland City Hall.
Join the Garland Youth Council (GYC) for a Lunar New Year celebration, also known as Chinese New Year, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20. Head over to 507 State Street for karaoke, bamboo dancers, food trucks, and raffle drawings! All proceeds benefit the Garland Youth Council. Check out GarlandTx.gov or follow the GYC Facebook page (Facebook.com/gycteens) for updates. Visit GarlandYouthCouncil.org to learn more about the GYC.
The Garland City Council wants to hear from the city’s youth and invites #Garlandtx teens to apply to serve on the Garland Youth Council (GYC). Garland residents who will be in grades 9-12 during the 2016-17 school year are eligible to apply. Applicants should submit a completed GYC application and two letters of recommendation to Beth Dattomo, 200 N. Fifth St., by May 6.
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