United Way of Steele County will be hosting an Ice Cream Social for youth in grades 7 through 12 on Wednesday, July 24th, from 6-8 pm at Old Town Bagels in Owatonna.

The event will  offer a fantastic opportunity for kids to connect, play games, and enjoy a fun evening in a welcoming and safe environment. Every attendee will receive complimentary ice cream and a soft drink, making it a perfect summer treat.

The Ice Cream Social aims to foster community and friendship among local youth, providing a space for them to relax and engage with peers. All students in grades 7 through 12 are invited to join the United Way for a memorable evening of fun and camaraderie.

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United Way of Steele County is dedicated to supporting the youth of our community, and this event is one of many efforts to bring people together and create positive experiences beneficial for mental well-being.

This is an open house event, and youth are free to leave at any time. Chaperones will be present on site.

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