Raceway Ford gives to Hartsville Boys/Girls Club

Raceway Ford Chevrolet President John Isgett presents a $1,000 donation for the Hartsville Boys & Girls Club to Lisa Bailey, Director of Philanthropy for Boys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area. Isgett said focusing on education and our youth are important building blocks of the community.
Hartsville Boys & Girls Club, located at 1103A S. Sixth St., offers afterschool and summer programs for ages 6-18 with a mission to inspire and enable all young people from throughout the Pee Dee Area, especially those who need us most, to become productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
The program’s core priority impact areas are Academic Success, Good Character and Healthy Lifestyles. By offering diverse, interesting, and proven programs, the Club keeps youth as active participants thereby achieving positive results. For example,
86% of students who needed to improve their academic performance did;
80% of students who needed to improve their behavior did;
86% of students who needed to do better completing their homework to the teacher’s satisfaction did; and
80% of students needing to come to school more motivated to learn did.
The Hartsville Club will hold its annual Night of Hope Oyster Roast & Auction fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Hartsville Country Club. Sponsorships and tickets are available at https://www.bgcpda.org/news-events/night-of-hope.html or by emailing lbailey@bgcpda.org
For more information about Hartsville Boys & Girls Club, visit www.bgcpda.org or call 843-332-1400. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Author: Stephan Drew

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