Southern Pines Elks gives to Trinity Unit of Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills
The Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills, Trinity Unit, received $1,500 from the Southern Pines Elks, BPOE 1692 Veterans Committee to upgrade their game room. Unit Director Katrina Williams spoke to members about the Mission of BGCS which is to empower, inspire, and educate young people from all backgrounds and circumstances to achieve their full potential as responsible, productive, and caring citizens.
After her presentation, Miss Williams was thrilled to receive the check from the Club and commented it would used for a much-needed air hockey table and other upgrades so that members will be able to enjoy various games while learning interpersonal skills and sportsmanship through fun competition. It’s a much-needed release after studying and power hour.
Boys & Girls CEO Steve Kastner commented, “We truly appreciate the ongoing collaboration with the Southern Pines Elks Club. It’s a wonderful partnership since we serve a number of military families in the area, and we share a like-minded mission to improve the lives of kids in Moore County. “Thanks to this and other gifts throughout each year we are able to serve over 1200 youth in Moore County by providing a safe place and an opportunity for kids to discover their great future”.