Ed Pistorio, Matt Davis, Rodney Ford, Mike Cianci, Tim Kizzire, Chuck Decamp and Clark Willis
FORT MYERS, Fla. (Aug. 22, 2014) – More than 10 managers and supervisors from the Fort Myers Coca-Cola Bottling Company recently donated their time and efforts in giving the Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County’s Pueblo Bonito site an updated makeover for the new school year.
Staff from the Fort Myers Coca-Cola Bottling Company painted the interior of the Pueblo Bonito site, located in Bonita Springs, as well as provided and installed new blinds and hung a large framed photo of Club members.
“This was a great team-building experience for us, and we’d like to thank Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County for giving us the opportunity to ‘LOVE LEE KIDS,’” said Rodney Ford, Coca-Cola Distribution Center Manager. “We look forward to being a part of the Boys & Girls Clubs family and helping with other projects in the future.”
Celebrating 40 years of providing quality youth programs and brighter futures for young people in our community, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County works to inspire and enable young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. The BGCLC strives to provide a safe, world-class Club experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through its doors. The organization envisions all of its members graduating high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship and living a healthy lifestyle.
Clubs are located in communities with the greatest need where similar services are limited or nonexistent. Membership dues are $10 per school year so that all children can have access to its programs. The BGCLC relies upon the philanthropic support of individuals, corporations and foundations in order to sustain and grow its services.
For more information about the BGCLC, call 239-334-1886 or visit www.BGCLC.net.