Rhawnhurst Turning Point

Center for Youth and Young Adults in NE Philly

Spring Book Club

Book Club, Wednesdays 5-7pm

Join us as we read through and discuss ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time’, for 2017’s One Book One Philadelphia. In this murder mystery, detective and narrator, Christopher Boone, is a fifteen year old youth with autism. When he finds a neighbour's dog murdered, he sets out on a terrifying journey which will turn his whole world upside down. *This book has several instances of strong language. Please contact Kim Hibbs at 267-601-5147 or Kim.Hibbs@RhawnhurstTurningPoint.com with any questions or concerns.
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    As a youth using the Turning Point Center, I agree to • Show respect for myself, staff, volunteers, and other youth at Turning Point • Not engage in any physical or verbal fighting • Not engage in bullying, and alert adult volunteers if I am a victim of/witness to bullying. • Not bring or use alcohol, tobacco products, or any non-prescribed drugs. • Not bring or use any weapons • Not use offensive language • Not engage in sexual activity • Treat the center with respect (i.e., no writing on tables, no food near the computers, cleaning up after myself, etc.) • Respect the property and possessions of other people and the center, and agree to pay for any damage I cause. • Not loiter outside the building. • Sign In and Out when I enter and leave the Center. • Be mindful of those around me and help to create supportive and positive environment. • When using the computers I also agree to: o Log-In and out in the Computer Log Book o A 30 minute limit when others are waiting to use the computers. (Students using computers for school work will have priority) o Not access any websites that contain sexual, pornographic, or offensive content. o Wear headphones when the sound is on I understand that Staff and Volunteers have the right to ask me to leave if I break these rules or if I am disrespectful, disruptive, or violent.