Newsletter                  November 2015
We have gone bananas over the Kansas Ultra Runners Society
Deborah Foster, Program Director and one of our girls dressed up as a gorilla handed out banana's to the runners of the 50 K, 25 K,  10 K and 5 K races at the Kingman Kong  Runathon.
 Kingman Kong Runathon
Pastor Valerie Wolff, Executive Director Laura Hall and some of the young ladies of Main Place Youth helping out at the Kingman Kong Runathon.
Hello Friends,
In the hustle and bustle of this season our girls have been busy serving, making friends at Wheatlands Nursing Home, and helping out at the Rotary Club chili supper.
Our Main Place Youth ladies joined in and supported the Kingman Kong Runathon. Pictured above you see our Program Director and one of our young girls cheering on the runners during the 50K, 25K, 10K, and 5K race.
We are grateful to the Kansas Ultra Runners Society for setting up the second annual Kingman Kong Runathon. Barry Smith and April Winn chairman of the event worked tireless to put this great event together. Pastor Bryan, Pastor Julie and the volunteers of Covenant Assembly of God. Provided us with the venue and many volunteers to assist the runners. We had over 140 runners participate in this exciting event. All the proceeds will help support our work with young teen girls.
I invite you to experience the same joy of seeing lives restored and hope renewed by giving your prayers, time, talent, and financial support to Main Place Youth, where we touch lives and restore families.

In Christ,
Laura Hall
Executive Director
Main Place Youth, Inc.
1111 N. Main
Kingman, KS 67068
Phone: 620-532-2681
Cell: 316-650-8843
Fax: 620-532-3221

  girl praying and looking up
  Main Place Youth fulfills a tremendous need by providing a "home-away-from-home" for teenage girls ages 12-18 struggling with addictions or destructive lifestyles. We are a not-for-profit adolescent, residential center, affiliated with Teen Challenge USA. We are a state licensed facility with regular inspections to assure high quality services and facilities. We have the capacity to provide a supportive and healing home for up to 15 girls.
Our Mission: We provide a caring, family structured home setting, endeavoring to touch the lives of hurting teenagers through spiritual guidance, education, appropriate role modeling and teaching a solid value system. Our goal is bringing restoration from the inside out to our girls and families.