Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser Highlights Community Support, Celebrates Juneteenth
The Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon gathered for their annual Corporate Golf Outing fundraiser on Monday, June 21st at the Mount Kisco Country Club in Mount Kisco, NY to honor their longest serving Board Member Joe Solimine Sr., and New York State’s first African American Professional Sports Team Owners Corey & Tamara Galloway. This sold out event also featured guest speakers including Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson
Galloway’s and City of Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard, who spoke about the importance of supporting youth in the Mount Vernon community and the continued celebration of Juneteenth to support the advancement of young people to achieve their dreams.
The Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon offers after-school programs for youth in the Mount Vernon community to help them learn and grow in a safe, fun, educational environment. Every day, their dedicated, highly trained staff and volunteers serve youth members with a wide variety of engaging, interactive activities and programs, to help them improve their self-esteem, develop positive values, and achieve their highest potential in academic success. For over 100 years, the mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon is to develop today’s youth into tomorrow’s leaders. For more information, contact Mel Campos, Chief Executive Officer, at 914 668-9580 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit bgcmvny.org. Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon, 350 S 6th Ave, Mt Vernon, NY 10550.