ATLANTA (February 6, 2013) – Sen. Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) presented Lite House, Inc. with Senate Resolution 118 in the Chamber today. She commended their commitment to ensure personalized year-round educational and enrichment opportunities for at-risk-youths in Fayetteville.
The Lite House, Inc., a free recreational and educational after school program, strives to provide safe and supportive activities for underprivileged youths between 5 to 18 years old.
“Lite House, Inc. is a beacon of light in our community, revealing the educational path to success for many students in Fayetteville,” said Sen. Seay. “It’s anticipated they will provide tutoring and mentoring to more than 2,500 youths this year alone. I’m honored they have named a center after me and commend them for their dedication and service to our community.”
Executive Director of Lite House, Inc., Melvin Morris announced the opening of another Valencia Seay Center and Donzella James Center after he received Senate Resolution 118.
Lite House, Inc. creates enrichment centers that serve communities and provides access to technology, academic support services and extracurricular activities. They work hard to ensure our youth excels academically, are exposed to the arts, cultivate cultural appreciation and enjoy an active outdoor experience.
For Immediate Release:
February 6, 2013
For Information Contact:
Jennifer Yarber, Interim Director
Kate Greer, Broadcast Specialist