Cavalier Youth Center Announces Survey

| March 3, 2015

March 3, 2015 ( A new non-profit is planning a new youth center to provide services to youth ages 13-18 in the Western Greenbrier area. This is a “teen friendly environment”.

The Cavalier Youth Center is developing programs for tutoring, life skills classes, activities, a small computer lab, referrals to social assistance agencies, support groups and most importantly a nurturing safe environment.
Now in the planning stages the Cavalier Youth Center is collecting information and data from the community to develop programs that are targeted to the needs of area youth.

An online survey has been set up to help build a demographic and list of needs. Any parent of youth 13-18, youth 13-18, teacher & administrators, and community members living in the school districts of Meadow Bridge High School, Western Greenbrier Middle School, and Greenbrier West High School are invited to take the survey.

The Cavalier Youth Center is being organized by Brandon Terry of Rainelle. He can be reached by phone (304) 607-2378, or email and through the website

Providing teens in Western Greenbrier a location and an activity where they are welcome to gather and be safe is the main goal of the Cavalier Youth Center. This project has been a long time in coming and will use community input to develop their programs and services.

Please let your ideas help to build this asset in Western Greenbrier and take the survey! You can do it online at


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