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High School Recreational Basketball

for VOLUNTOWN students in Grades 9 - 12



The Voluntown Youth Service Bureau is offering Voluntown students in Grades  9 through 12 recreational basketball games to be played on Wednesday nights from 6:00 – 7:30pm. The program is scheduled for the evenings of March 7, 14, 21, 28, and April 4. 




Voluntown Youth Service Bureau

Dodgeball Tournament

 Saturday, March 3, 2018


(double elimination)

                                    League A:  Students in grades 5 – 8    9:00am

                                    League B: High School students and adults     9:45am



Teams consist of 6 players

Registration fee: $10 per player ($60 per team)

Checks payable to: Town of Voluntown


Teams must register by Friday, March 2, 2018.




Teams must submit a TEAM Registration (provide their team name, team captain/contact information, and team members).

Individual players must each submit a PLAYER Registration Form.

***Team Captain must be 18 years or older***


Teams can turn in registrations/money to the VES front office.

(195 Main Street ~ Voluntown, CT ~ 06384)


You may contact the following people for questions:

Melinda Bryan (860-694-8733)

Brian Racicot (860-376-2325 ext 244)


Come join us for a healthy, fun-filled day and help

support the Voluntown Youth Service Bureau!






Annual Super 5K Fundraiser - May 12, 2018

Register online at or mail registration form to:

Voluntown Youth Service Bureau

195 Main Street

Voluntown, CT 06384

Attn: Melinda Bryan







Parents as Teachers: You are your child’s most important teacher!

The Voluntown Youth Service Bureau offers Parents as Teachers, one of the nation’s most successful and highly respected early childhood programs, free of charge to Voluntown parents of infants and toddlers (pregnancy to age 3).  This program gives information, support and encouragement to parents during the early, critical years of their child’s life, years which provide the foundation for success in school and in life.  Parents are their children’s first and most influential teachers, and participation in the Parents as Teachers program provides them with the information and support they need to give their child the best possible start in life.  For more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact the YSB Director, Melinda Bryan (860-694-8733) or call our PAT Parent Educator, Judith Allik, at 860-376-2353.  To learn more about the international program, go to




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