Thank you, Cherokee Scout and Samantha Sinclair, for this local story about how a Little Sister became a Big Sister, and the value of mentoring.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cherokee County
Program Coordinator: Gloria Dockery, firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Coordinator: Kathy Kent, email@example.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 248, Murphy, NC 28906
Today we celebrate National Mentoring Month with this short video from BBBS Cherokee Big Sister Susan, who tells us why she’s thrilled Little Brother Caleb is a part of her and her boys’ lives.
On Dec. 12, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cherokee County gave out about 70 boxes of toys, school supplies, toiletries and food to the families of our Little Brothers and Little Sisters. We also gave out 70 backpacks stuffed with…
Each semester, Project MARS/AmeriCorps collects “Great Stories,” in which its members reflect on their experiences mentoring in the classroom and the progress they see students making. This month’s story comes from Melissa Pinkerton. I am thankful for the opportunity to…
The way Emily met Sallie is almost like a Christmas story. It certainly turned into a wish come true. Nearly a decade ago, Emily Barnes of Murphy lost her brother and wrote a letter to Santa, asking for someone to…