Learn about Community Outreach at meet & greet April 6

Nan Nasser

Ever wonder what SaddleBrooke Community Outreach really does? Do you like children? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of needy children?

Then plan to come to a brief social meet and greet event on Monday, April 6, at 4:30 p.m. in Suite L in the commercial center on SB Blvd. This open house will follow our April board meeting, will include officers/directors of all aspects of SBCO and will have light refreshments! In a small setting you will feel free to ask questions, get information about SBCO and see if there is a place for you in this 501(c)(3) organization that provides services of clothing, education and nutrition to needy children in a 100-mile corridor from Catalina to the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.

Since its inception in 1996, SBCO has devoted its energies to improving the lives of needy kids in communities around us. We are 100% volunteer and welcome all of you who share our goals. We provide clothes, tutoring, scholarships, food support of Tri Community Food Bank and the support of area enrichment programs. You can work directly with kids or support them from the comfort of your computer.

We do ask for an RSVP so that we can plan appropriately. Contact Willie Reich at [email protected] or call Willie directly at 825-0117. We want to be certain we have enough nibbles for everyone! And we are very friendly.