A belated thank you to The Biltmore Beacon for publishing this story about the importance Susy Chandler’s Big had on her life.
“Susy Chandler could have ended up like many other low-income Arkansas girls three decades ago – pregnant and poor,” the story starts out.
“But largely because of the steadfast attention of a “Big Sister,” Chandler avoided the pitfalls that entrapped many of her peers. Chandler, the Center Affairs Coordinator for Lenoir-Rhyne University in Asheville, has come back to Big Brothers Big Sisters by joining the Buncombe County branch’s Advisory Council.”
Read the rest of the story right here.