Goshen Boys and Girls Club to start with summer program

Children in the Goshen community will have a place to hang out next summer thanks in part to a generous donation secured by local farmers Karyn and Scott Forman.

The couple was awarded a $2,500 donation from the Monsanto Corporation as part of the company’s America’s Farmers Grow Communities Program, which they presented to the Boys and Girls Club.

Goshen Police Officer James Taylor has been working for the past six years to establish a place for Goshen youth to gather when not in school, and thanks to the Forman family and $9,500 from community patrons, Taylor will be able to offer a summer program for children in the local community at the former Goshen Township building. Taylor entered an agreement with the township to rent the building for $1 per year.