Mentor Superior Celebrates Five Years Helping Kids

Organization Matches Children With Positive Adult Role Models

SUPERIOR, Wis. – Mentor Superior is celebrating five years helping the community.

The program matches kids, ages five to seventeen, with positive adult role models.

So far, the organization has helped more than seventy kids, and they have forty-five mentor and child matches right now.

“There’s a lot of kids today that come from a single parent family and maybe just don’t have a male role model in their lives, so I think it’s very important,” said Chris Bronson, a founding member of Mentor Superior.

Mentors like Superior Police Captain John Keil say anybody can be a mentor and that the organization does a great job matching kids and adults with similar interests.

“It’s fun to be able to see that young man grow and be successful in school and sports and learn to be a positive person,” said Keil.

Mentor Superior is looking for new mentors. They have about thirty kids waiting for a match right now.

To learn more, you can visit their website at

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