Wealth Watchers Financial Boot Camp | River City Live
In today’s world, teens need to be educated about money and credit…how they can work for or against them in life. Carrie Davis created Wealthwatchers as a way to foster that education in hopes they will use that information to prosper in the future. She hosts multiple financial boot camps to enlighten youths on managing money and maintaining a positive credit profile. Carrie also created an internship that allows kids to work on a farm and learn the inner workings of the farm to table lifestyle.
JSO: 4 teens used crowbar to break into gun store, steal 8 guns
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Four teenagers were arrested last month and accused of breaking into a Westside gun store to steal guns, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday. JSO said the four teens — 16, 15, 13 and 13 — used a crowbar to break into the store and took eight guns, six pistols and two rifles. When they returned they were met by the owner of the store who saw them and called police after the teens took off running. Jordan, vice president of MAD DADS, agrees with Bruno’s statement but points out that services for at-risk youth require more money. “A lot of these groups like MAD DADS and Families of Slain Children, we have programs but we don’t have the funding.