The program is centered around young men, ages 8 to 14.

This is the first time the program has been offered, and after 12 weeks, these boys became "young men" at the graduation ceremony for the Passport to Manhood program.

The program, which was held in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club, teaches the participants how to be responsible and develops character. Weekly sessions encourage them to lead healthy lives and become courageous young men.

The motto is "how you treat people matters," and it looks like these young men learned that during the first run of the program

Super Bowl champion and Saginaw native LaMarr Woodley gave a speech at the graduation on Wednesday night. Nice job, guys! Can't wait to see you out in the community!