On May 1, Murphy First United Methodist Church’s Missions Team donated close to $600 to purchase books from the Curiosity Shop Bookstore in Murphy for more than 30 Littles who attend Murphy Elementary School! (This very kind donation benefits not only students in
In this May 10 column at BlueRidgeNow online, Hendersonville Big Brother Joey Popp writes about how his communicating with his Little Brother nearly every day is helping his Little blossom during the pandemic. Thank you, Joey!
Program Coordinator Daniel Hernandez talks about the challenges and successes serving Littles and their families, as well as the Cashiers-Highlands community, in this story in The Plateau Daily News. Included is this paragraph … “Recently, members of the Cashiers Advisory
Gov. Roy Cooper recently named Robin Myer, the soon-to-be retired executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western North Carolina, to The Order of the Long Leaf Pine. Myer retires May 15, 2020 after 36 years with Big Brothers
Since we’ve been out of school, connecting with my two Littles has not been as easy. It was very difficult in the beginning to find ways and times to connect with my Littles. To add to the challenge, we really