B&G Club at capacity in September
From staff reports
Sunday, September 30, 2018
The Boys and Girls Club of Elizabeth City is currently at capacity serving nearly 150 youth members per day, according to the Club’s monthly report.
On Sept. 26, the Club hosted the Healthy Hoops event with Amerihealth. The program included fun and interactive educational components presented by the American Lung Association, basketball clinics, and health screenings for members and their families. The event also provided entertainment, free dinner, and giveaways for Club members and their families.
Additionally, the club’s student volunteers from Mid Atlantic Christian University were recognized for the work at the Club. September’s Boys & Girls Club of Elizabeth City’s volunteer of the month is Imani Simmons, a student volunteer from MACU. Imani has connected with club members through sports and recreation.
For the month of October, the Club will be hosting a Fall Fun Festival for members. Donations of candy and miscellaneous prizes are needed for the festival. Contact Club Director, Hashira Rodriguez at 335-5276 to contribute for the Fall Fun Festival.
Brothers gains state CPA license
John P. Brothers Jr., of Elizabeth City was one of the 47 people who received licensing from the State CPA Board this month.
Applicants for licensure are required to pass the Uniform CPA Examination and satisfy the education, work experience, and moral character requirements of the Board. A CPA licensed to practice in North Carolina must annually renew his or her license and complete at least 40 hours of Continuing Professional Education each year.