If you ask youth in Clinton about The Vault, they will tell you it is a place for their peers that is much needed.
Youth in Clinton are working hard to make the sure The Vault becomes more than a continuing project. Jonathon Kane is a student leader and says he has seen what youth in Clinton are into and indicates it is impacting his friends and peers at Clinton High School.
Olivia Earl feels The Vault will be a great place for the community's youth and hopes it betters them and the school.
Earl says the outpouring of support from the community for this project has been great to see. She appreciates the fact the community cares about her and her friends and the generations to come in Clinton.
The student leadership has been a big part of The Vault's progress and Kane says the leadership and participation from his peers show their desire to make a change in the community.
There's still plenty to be done at The Vault. To get involved visit The Vault's Facebook page by searching "The Vault Clinton" or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are work days happening frequently and Kane says there's a need for skills of all types.