Surrey Steps Up Youth Showcase Event Celebrates Youth Stepping Up In Their Community
Hundreds of people gathered as local youth took centre stage to showcase how they are making a positive impact in their schools and communities.
Surrey, B.C. – On Friday, March 3, City Hall opened its doors to celebrate outstanding young people in our community at the annual Surrey Steps Up Youth Showcase. Hundreds of people gathered as local youth took centre stage to showcase how they are making a positive impact in their schools and communities. Celebrations included a dance floor, activities, games, food and performances.
“It is so inspiring to see how young people in our community are using their creativity and passion to make such a positive impact right where they live,” said Mayor Brenda Locke. “Thank you to everyone who came out to Surrey Steps Up to help acknowledge and celebrate these community role models and future leaders. Keep up the great work!”
Hosted by the City of Surrey, Surrey RCMP and the Surrey School District, and a Youth Planning Team, the annual Surrey Steps Up event allows Surrey’s young change makers to take centre stage as they showcase their work to the public, including the celebration of good deeds, creative art, and performances.
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