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The 1st Annual St. Lucie Youth Con and The Carnival of Lights

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From Left: Kevin Singletary, Jovil Wharton; and Jay Spicer

Fort Pierce - Friday November 25, 2022: This week on In Focus with IRSC Public Media, we'll hear about the First St. Lucie Youth Con, an opportunity for youth voices to be heard. Its taking place on Saturday December 10 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in Port St. Lucie at the IRSC Pruitt Campus STEM Center.

Kevin Singletary the Project Coordinator for the Kids at Hope Project tells us that he believes "this conference will impact the youth of this community for years to come." Singletary is joined by Jovil Wharton, the Project Coordinator of Drug Free St. Lucie, another one of the many community partners in the Roundtable of St. Lucie County.

Learn more on the Roundtable of St. Lucie County and the 1st St. Lucie Youth Con on their website at: www.roundtableslc.org

Then we'll hear about the Carnival of Lights at the Martin County Fairgrounds, it gets underway this weekend. This is the second annual Christmas time spectacular featuring Christmas lighting displays in all kinds of shapes, as well as 'A Castle Christmas', which is a digital light show featuring music and singing trees.

The Carnival of Lights is a fund raiser needed to help pay for the Martin County Fair’s big plans to move from their cramped quarters in Stuart out to Indiantown. Jay Spicer, the Director and Manager of the Martin County Fair joins us to talk about the big plans the Fair has once they raise enough money to move to the new site.

Learn more about the Martin County Festival of Lights on their website at: https://www.martincountyfair.com/p/about/carnival-of-lights