Boys and Girls Club honors twelve Valley youthPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix is celebrating and awarding twelve local youths at their Today’s Kids, Tomorrow's Stars event this Saturday, March 7.
The gala will include food, a live auction, and an extensive silent auction. The celebration will also honor the president and director of Inventure Food, Terry McDaniel, for his work to support children in need.
Every year, Boys and Girls Club chapters each nominate a youth with outstandig character, growth and leadership qualities as Youth of the Year. The winner of the Youth of the Year recognition goes on to represent their club in regional and national levels of the competition.
Each of the nominees receives a scholarship from the Maddie Levitt Scholarship Fund. The National Youth of the Year winner recieves up to an additional $50,000 scholarship and is installed by the President of the United States.
The Boys and Girls Club has twelve clubs in the Valley, all supporting positive involvement and activities for youth. Today’s Kids, Tomorrow’s Stars is their way of thanking the business community in Phoenix and anyone who has volunteered with them, and most importantly to celebrate their youth.
"My advice is to find an outlet, and the Boys and Girls Club was mine," 2014 "Stars" winner Camrae McManaman said. "It introduced me to volleyball and my love for sports, and it made me realize what my future will be like."
To become a sponsor or reserve your table, contact Lariana Forsythe at email@example.com or
Today’s Kids, Tomorrow’s Stars
March 7, 2015
5 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix