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CBM CARES Columbia, SC Back to School Bash
Saturday, August 25, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
Greetings Men of CBM CARES® Columbia, SC
Welcome to the start of Richland One 2012-2013 school year! We are looking forward to a great year. Please read this letter carefully as it has a lot of important information. On August 25, 2012 at 1:00 p.m., CBM CARES® Columbia, SC will be hosting their annual back to school bash. The event will take place at C.A. Johnson High School located at 2219 Barhamville Rd. Columbia, SC 29204. CBM CARES® Columbia, SC mentoring program will be hosting a 3 on 3 tournament at this time, and we are asking all mentors to come out and participate in this event. Each mentor will be expected to coach a team and if you are a mentor who has a mentee, want you to make sure that your mentee attends and is a part of your team.
CBM CARES® Columbia, SC mentoring program is hosting another FLAPJACK Fundraiser. The event will be held at the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar located on 4505 Devine St. Columbia, SC 29205 on September 22, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. We are asking all of our mentors to participate in this event. The money that is raised will be used to help fund our monthly enrichment trips that we take our kids on during the year.
Starting next month CBM CARES® Columbia, SC mentoring program will be hosting mentor orientation and training twice a month. The training sessions will be held on selected Saturdays and Sundays. The times and dates of these trainings will be determined at a later date and will be emailed to you in a timely manner. We expect all of our mentors to attend so that we can equip you with the knowledge that is needed to work with our kids.
CBM CARES® Columbia, SC mentoring program has over 80 mentors working with us now. We are thankful for these men who volunteer their time to work with our African American males. We are asking all of our mentors to step up their efforts this year as we seek to provide guidance, inspiration, and focus for our young brothers. I know that last year was a challenging year for some of us, but we must stay the course for our young African American males if we are to save lives and minds. I challenge each of you to step out and make a difference in one life. Our goal this year is to have 300 active and effective mentors by December. That means each of you will need to recruit a friend to help accomplish this goal. It’s that time; let’s make the sacrifice that is needed to help save some of our young African American brothers before it’s too late.