Titusville Advocates Host ‘321 Launch Party’ April 20 To Raise Funds, Awarness For Boys & Girls Club

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A committed group of advocates will host a ‘321 Launch Party’ on Thursday, April 20, at the Indian River Preserve in Mims to initiate support to open Titusville Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – A committed group of advocates will host a ‘321 Launch Party’ on Thursday, April 20, at the Indian River Preserve in Mims to initiate support to open Titusville Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida.

Hosts for the event will include Jim and Jonnie Swann, Port Commissioner Jerry and Judy Allender, County Commissioner Rita Pritchard, Misty Belford Brevard County School Board, Jeff Belford, Titusville Council Member Jo Lynn Nelson, Dr. Frank and Marilyn Dienst, Dr. George and Liz Mikitarian, Chris and Lisa McAlpine, Steve and Jean Allender, Els van Engelenburg, Dr. Patricia Manning, Bill and Rachel Terry, Patrice Pilate, and Art and Audrey Edwards.

The event, which includes cocktails, dinner and a program will open registration starting 5 p.m. with an inspiring program starting at 6 p.m.

“Titusville is in critical need of services and activities to guide our youth to be more productive citizens,” said JoLynn Nelson, retired Chief Attorney for Juvenile Justice and current Titusville Council Member.

“Currently, the rate of juvenile crime is increasing. With an organization like the Boys & Girls Club, I believe we can change that.”

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The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

“A Club in Titusville is much needed,” said Els van Engelenburg, Titusville resident, child advocate and community activist.

“Our hope is to generate enough interest and obtain the funding to forward our efforts to open a Titusville Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida.”

To learn more about opportunities, to purchase tickets, or make a donation, please contact Erin Harvey at eharvey@bgccf.org or 407-625-4668

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida
Since 1944, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida has provided at-risk children from the local community, between the ages of 6 and 18, with a safe place to learn and grow. Our membership totals nearly 14,000 young people at 30 Clubs and middle school sites in Brevard, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. Learn more at 407-841-6855, www.bgccf.org, facebook.com/bgccf, or twitter.com/bgccf

For more information, contact Betsy Owens at bowens@bgccf.org or 407-841-6855.


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