Green River’s Pirates Den Releases March Newsletter


Pirate’s Den News Letter

Ahoy, Matey’s! Guess what’s going on at the The Pirate’s Den Teen Center in Green River!

Officer Dallin Collogie from The Emery County Sheriff’s Office is bringing the NOVA Program to the “Teen Center”.

The mission of N.O.V.A. is:
Nurturing youth to seek out positive
Opportunities, internalize good
Values, and to accept
Accountability for their choices in life”.

Heather Salee-Cloward with Food Sense from the USU Extension Office, Carbon County is bringing the My Plate Program; teaching Healthy Living, Nutrition, Learning, Games and Fun!

Remember, we have TnT (Teens and Teachers) Our staff and teachers from Green River High School are here to help with homework!!!

If you or the Senior Pirates in your home need more information, please e-mail us at or drop by 545 West Main Street… See You There!!!

Programs and activities at the Pirate’s Den Teen Center are made possible by grants and funding from; Pacific Power Foundation/Rocky Mountain Power Foundation, The Eccles Foundation, Sorensen Legacy Foundation, Union Pacific Rail Road Foundation, CCJJ Beer Tax, Communities That Care, Southeastern Utah Health Department Tobacco Prevention, City of Green River, Emery County Recreation, River Canyon Wireless, Emery County School District and Green River High School.

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