Alpha Community Center open house


Alpha Community Center Executive Director Jan Geuy, left, talks to visitor Dave Ross, of rural Fort Loramie, about the programs her center has for kids. Ross was one of the people who came to learn about the Alpha Community Center during an open house Thursday, Sept. 1. According to their website the center’s “ministry is geared toward providing basic critical needs to at risk adults, families and children.”

Alpha Community Center Executive Director Jan Geuy, left, talks to visitor Dave Ross, of rural Fort Loramie, about the programs her center has for kids. Ross was one of the people who came to learn about the Alpha Community Center during an open house Thursday, Sept. 1. According to their website the center’s “ministry is geared toward providing basic critical needs to at risk adults, families and children.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Alpha Community Center Executive Director Jan Geuy, left, talks to visitor Dave Ross, of rural Fort Loramie, about the programs her center has for kids. Ross was one of the people who came to learn about the Alpha Community Center during an open house Thursday, Sept. 1. According to their website the center’s “ministry is geared toward providing basic critical needs to at risk adults, families and children.”

Alpha Community Center Executive Director Jan Geuy, left, talks to visitor Dave Ross, of rural Fort Loramie, about the programs her center has for kids. Ross was one of the people who came to learn about the Alpha Community Center during an open house Thursday, Sept. 1. According to their website the center’s “ministry is geared toward providing basic critical needs to at risk adults, families and children.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/09/web1_SDN090716AlphaCenter.jpgAlpha Community Center Executive Director Jan Geuy, left, talks to visitor Dave Ross, of rural Fort Loramie, about the programs her center has for kids. Ross was one of the people who came to learn about the Alpha Community Center during an open house Thursday, Sept. 1. According to their website the center’s “ministry is geared toward providing basic critical needs to at risk adults, families and children.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News