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iCafe provides after-school destination for teens

October 13, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski Area teens Sam Nicklas, Brandon Reed, Jarrett Ingram, and Matthew Dippold are shown enjoying some time socializing at iCafe on a recent afternoon after school.

Anyone traveling in the vicinity of the Catholic Community Center, located at 142 Church St., on weekday afternoons may have noticed a sign outside the building inviting teens to iCafe.
iCafe has been in existence in some form for a number of years, but only started being open on an almost daily basis about a year ago when John Amoratis took over as the youth minister for St. Marys' three Catholic parishes.

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