Join us Tuesday, October 19 at the Ramsey Conference Center to celebrate those who have helped us fulfill our mission through the annual Futures for Kids Campaign, giving youth the opportunities they need to graduate high school with a plan for the future to become responsible, caring, productive citizens.
Greg Gumbel is a standout in sports broadcasting. Considered one of the world’s best, his play-by-play resume includes the NFL, the NBA and college basketball, Major League Baseball and the College World Series Championship, as well as having been the voice for the NY Yankees, the NY Knicks, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Seattle Mariners.
Boys & Girls Clubs Alumnus, TV show host, TED X Speaker, Top 20 Hit Songwriter, and International Recording Artist. Hear his story through music.
Duane Hinshaw will be presented with the Phillip Sartain Helping Hands Award in recognition of his unwavering commitment to the lives of thousands of young people, colleagues, volunteers and BGCL employees.
The Phillip Sartain Helping Hands Award is given annually to an individual that has – through service, dedication and commitment – improved children’s lives at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Lanier.
Fieldale Farms will be receiving the Building Great Futures Partnership Award. Each year, this award is given to a partner that has demonstrated a commitment to young people in our community through leadership and service.
For more information, contact Joyce Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-532-8102 ext. 306
Ramsey Conference Center at Lanier Technical College
We count on the support of community members, like you, so all children have access to our programs. With a contribution to our Futures for Kids Campaign, you can join us in our quest to give kids the tools they need to Be Great in and around Hall, Habersham, and Forsyth County. Together we can change lives and reach even more kids who need us. Your contribution to our campaign helps to change the lives of the hundreds of kids we serve each day. For more information, email Joyce Wilson or give her a call at 770-532-8102 ext 306.