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Summer Camp Opportunities Announced for 2016

posted on: 4/25/2016

The Mix at Arbor Place (Arbor Place) is proud to announce four exciting programs for summer 2016. The first, “Culture Camp,” takes place from June 13th –July 8th and is for elementary and middle school students. The second camp, “Young Scientists,” is being held from July 11th –July 22nd and is exclusively for elementary school students. “Power Up!” the computer literacy camp for high school students, returns from July 25th-August 5th. Finally, the organization is offering a half day Vacation Bible School in collaboration with a local church from August 8th-August 12th. more

Lancaster City Prepares to Name First Youth Poet Laureate

posted on: 3/21/2016

Lancaster will name its first ever Youth Poet Laureate on April 1st at The Trust Performing Arts Center from 7-8 pm. The event will include student performances and light refreshments. The Lancaster City Youth Poet Laureate is a program of The Mix at Arbor Place with support from various local community and government organizations. The Lancaster City Youth Poet Laureate program aims to identify young writers and leaders who are committed to civic and community engagement, poetry & performance, human relations, diversity, and education across Lancaster City.


President of US Tennis Association, Former Tennis Pro Will Speak at Annual Banquet For Local Charity

posted on: 3/10/2016

The Mix at Arbor Place will hold its' Annual ‘Evening of Celebration’ Banquet and Silent Auction on Thursday, April 21st, 2016 at the Lancaster Marriott. Board President Todd Reinhart will be the emcee at this year’s event and Ms. Katrina Adams will act as the guest speaker. Ms. Adams is the President of the United States Tennis Association, the national governing body for tennis in the US. A former tennis professional, she competed in singles and doubles tournaments all throughout the world. During her playing career she won 20 different Women’s Tennis Association doubles titles and reached the fourth round of Wimbledon. She is the Executive Director of the Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program which supports at-risk students in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. Katrina Adams is the first African American leader of the USTA, and the youngest person to ever occupy the position. In addition to her work at the USTA, Ms. Adams is a frequent commentator for the Tennis Channel.