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Collins speaks to Rotary

Published 8:23pm Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Malveata Collins, Chief Professional Officer at the Boys and Girls Club of Beaufort County (BGCBC), presents to the Washington Noon Rotary the many programs they offer to local youth. Located at 1089 Bridge Street the center was once just a community recreation center with a full court gymnasium, an office area and front area for game room activities.  It now has the additional benefits of three classrooms, a computer lab, concession stand and general administrative office spaces. BGCBC offers programs for: Character and Leadership, Health and Life Skills, The Arts, and Sports and Fitness as well as other special initiatives. For more information regarding how you may contribute to the Boys and Girls Club of Beaufort County or to obtain information about the programs they offer please contact Malveata Collins at 252-975-9311.

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