Hyde Square Task Force Celebrates Newly Renovated Youth Community Development Center

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HSTF youth leader Jonathan Vo cuts the celebratory ribbon alongside his Hyde Square Task Force peers.

The Hyde Square Task Force celebrated their newly renovated Youth Community Development Center in a grand reopening ceremony in Jamaica Plain's Latin Quarter on Jan. 31st.

Hyde Square Task Force (HTSF) members were joined by donors, youth leaders, and community members who celebrated the new space with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. The $2.5 million project will allow HSTF to better serve more than 1,200 youth each year through Afro-Latin arts, civic engagement and college success programs.

HSTF youth leader Jonathan Vo cuts the celebratory ribbon alongside his Hyde Square Task Force peers.

 

Left to right: State Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez, D-Boston, Melissa MacDonnell, Executive Director of the Liberty Mutual Foundation, Gary Morton of Liberty Mutual, Celina Miranda, Executive Director of HSTF, and Klare Shaw, Director of Programs of the Liberty Mutual Foundation.

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