Helicopter Golf Ball Drop Winner Will Take Home $3000
A special feature at this year’s tournament is a Helicopter Golf Ball Drop, in which the owner of the winning golf ball collects $3000 cash. This fundraiser is sponsored by Renaud Bros. Inc. with a helicopter piloted by Mike Renaud. Individuals do not need to be part of the tournament to buy golf balls, priced at $100 each, nor be present at the drop to win the cash prize. Buckets of golf balls will be dropped from 20 feet on the fairway at the Brattleboro Country Club. A maximum of 100 balls, now available for purchase, will be sold, with the odds of winning are high.
Youth Services is seeking referrals of youth, ages 14-17, in need of extra support and career mentoring at Brattleboro Union High School and Bellows Falls Union High next year. RAMP meets once a week to connect students with professionals for career-focused mentoring and to encourage them to remain in school and set goals (Brattleboro typically meets after school on Tuesdays at 3:30 pm in the TIC conference room, and Bellows Falls meets during Terrier Time on Mondays.) Contact Susan.LawsonKelleher@youthservicesinc.org or call 802-257-0361.
In the interest of serving more children in Vermont with mentors, Youth Services is transitioning its successful Big Brothers Big Sisters program into a statewide organization named Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermont with Youth Services’ current Director of Mentoring, Kimberley Diemond, its Executive Director. Youth Services has undergone a year-long process, with milestones, guided by a transition committee. To volunteer, call Big Brothers Big Sisters at (802) 257-0361, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbbsvt.org.
Do you or someone you know have a LCSW, LMHC, or LADC after their name? Youth Services is looking to hire a Mental Health Clinician who will work closely with our case managers and provides outpatient individual and group counseling to our adolescent and young adult population.