GRAFTON— They say it takes a village, and here in small-town Grafton, our village often comes together to assist the youth of the community, including offering support for events geared toward the younger residents.
Recently, Taylor Health Care Center, stepped up and offered support to an opportunity provided by the Grafton High School (GHS) Lady Bearcat Basketball program.
The team held a Little Cats basketball camp in July, teaching aspiring ballers the fundamentals of the game, while allowing them the chance to participate in fun games and contests.
At the conclusion of the event, each camp-goer was presented with an official camp t-shirt, something that GHS Lady Cat basketball head coach Andrew Moore says would not have been possible without a special community sponsor.
The health care center generously donated $500 to the event, allowing organizers to purchase over 60 camp t-shirts.
“The GHS girls basketball team would like to thank Taylor Health Care Center for their generosity,” Moore voiced. “We appreciate the center and director Phil Donnelly for their continued support over the last five years.”
He added to this sentiment by saying, “It is so nice to have a business like that within our community that invests into our youth.”