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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area is a true change agent, committed to providing an adult mentor for every child who needs or wants one. Mentoring is a proven strategy that changes how our children grow up in America by meeting critical needs of our region’s children and engaging all levels of community. We help children build the attitudes and behaviors needed to stay in school, succeed academically, make healthy choices, and create promising futures.
BBBS of Danville Area hosted the Annual Pancake Breakfast in the SOVAH Health Danville Dining Room on Saturday, December 2. The breakfast included scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, juices, and coffee. Attendees participated in various activities such as games, drawings, and music with Janene and Jaerlia Edmunds. Thank you to SOVAH Health, Danville, VA and Litehouse Inc, Danville, VA for sponsoring!
Virginia State University President and Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Board Member Makola Abdulla greeted Littles on the October 28 trip at Virginia State University for the VSU vs Lincoln University game.
Students from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area, Boys and Girls Club of the Danville Area, and Community and Church Based Tutorial visited VSU for the game, dining, and discussion with VSU Director of Marketing Rodney Hall about admissions and financial aid.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area, Community and Church Based Tutorial, Boys and Girls Club of the Danville Area, and DRHA went to dinner at Mellow Mushroom before the Black Violin Concert at DPAC in Durham, NC. A majority of the youth attending sing in the choir or play musical instruments.
Pictured with youth are CEOs Gary Terry, Larissa Dietrich, and Pat Daniel. For more information, call 434-773-8394.