CCNN's intergenerational projects provide our youth and their families the opportunity to participate in hands on service to the people who share their communities. Their awareness is raised by identifying requirements in the community but also their social responsibilities to become leaders and participants in all aspects of their community.
CCNN believes our youth are a rich, untapped resource who, individually and collectively, can help to meet the coming explosion of needs in our aging population of aging baby boomers.
Through a $3,500.00 grant awarded from the Floyd Hooker Foundation in 2013, CCNN is able to hosts Wii tournaments the 3rd Thursday monthly (November - May) from 6-8 PM (no school = no tournaments) at the Nichols Elementary School. This program is open free of charge families.