The leader of a DeWitt County teen center indicates now that kids are back to participating in activities again, they are doing a lot better.
Back during the shutdown of sports and school extracurriculars, leaders across the area who work with youth reported kids were struggling. Tammy Wilson is the Executive Director of The Vault in Clinton and indicates there is a noticeable difference now that things are going back to normal.
According to Wilson, as The Vault seeks to be an outlet for kids to find security and relief, they have recently acquired a K-9 that is being trained to be a comfort dog.
Wilson is Daisy's handler and she was purchased to be a comfort dog for the kids of The Vault.
You can check out pictures of Daisy by finding The Vault on social media.