In partnership with the Summit County DD, Koinonia hosts a summer youth program to help high school students to help learn important job skills. This summer, the participants have scraped, brushed, and painted over 300 fire hydrants, with many more ahead of them. The crew was thrilled to be visited by Stow Mayor John Pribonic, who presented each of the team members with an honorary pin that recognized their hard work to beautify his city. We’d like to recognize Koinonia Community Coaches Joshua Schultz and Carrie Hau, who have worked so hard to prepare these young adults with the necessary job skills to pursue meaningful employment upon graduation from High School.