The CrownCARES community outreach program visited Castle Heights Middle School of Rock Hill, South Carolina yesterday morning to bring new shoes, socks and a message of hope to students in need.
Carolina Crown Board Members Jim Williams, Steve Tant, Antonio Boyd and Charles Wilkerson met with the students to give away the new shoes and socks at the school. “You guys have such a bright future; we just want to be a part of encouraging you guys along the way” said Jim Williams to the students.
The CrownCARES community service program extended it's reach into Columbia, SC this past week. Crown board members Antonio Boyd and Chris Buck, along with Crown Director of Development Brad Martin, gave away shoes, socks and CrownCARES shirts to children at Rivers Edge Retreat.
Led by CEO Steve Ware, Rivers Edge Retreat provides life changing experiences to underserved youth in the Midlands through enrichment programs, camps and educational opportunities.
Drum and bugle corps will return to the Midlands of South Carolina on Friday, July 8, 2016 at River Bluff High School of Lexington. Performing corps will include the 10-time DCI World Champion The Cadets of Allentown, PA, Bluecoats of Canton, OH, Boston Crusaders of Boston, MA, Crossmen of San Antonio, TX, Jersey Surf of Camden County, NJ, Spirit of Atlanta of Atlanta, GA, and Legends of Kalamazoo, MI.
Carolina Crown is excited to be hosting NightBEAT once again this Sunday at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, NC. Our mission, Developing Lifelong Excellence, extends beyond the Crown Drum Corps and directly into the local community. And to this extent, CrownCARES is a community service extension of the Crown Organization. And we are excited to announce our first ever Community Service Day!
CrownCARES, in conjunction with Samaritan’s Feet, Director’s Showcase International, United Way of Forsyth County and Love Out Loud WS, will be distributing new shoes, socks and a message of hope to over 1,000 children in the Winston-Salem, NC community.