K-Life, a national non-denominational Christian program with more than 40 independent local chapters, will open in Sheridan this fall, and they've just announced a partnership with the Homer and Mildred Scott Foundation. K-Life has received a $50,000 grant from the Scott Foundation for programs and services. Local K-Life Co-Fonder Amy Rabon explains that the grant will help get the program up and running.
The Sheridan K-Life program will offer weekly clubs to any local student, grades 6 through 12, at no charge. The K-Life house is located at 444 Alger Avenue in Sheridan and will serve as an after-school and weekend hangout, as well as the primary venue for K-Life programming. Rabon said that they have two community wide open houses set for September 20th and the 23rd, with their formal programming to be launched shortly after.