Jack & Vicki Giambrone Receive Hope Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
Aiyana Marcus
Boys & Girls Club of Dayton
Phone: (937) 262-8377
Fax: (937) 262-9475
aiyana@bgcdayton.org

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF DAYTON’S HOUSE PARTY OF HOPE
2nd Annual Hope Award given to Jack and Vicki Giambrone

DAYTON, Ohio (Oct. 20, 2015) The Boys & Girls Club of Dayton’s House Party of Hope: The Party with a Purpose takes place Friday, November 6 in the lobby of the Kettering Tower, at 40 N. Main St. in downtown Dayton from 5:30p.m to 8:30p.m.

The proceeds benefit club operations and programs critical to youth development such as STEM-based learning activities, high school and college readiness opportunities, and arts-based courses in spoken word and music composition. With help from supporters of the House Party of Hope, the Club is able to provide more opportunities that make a positive impact in the lives of the students that it serves.

Hope & Motivation Sponsors
Care Source, AT&T, Danis Building Construction Company, Wright State University Foundation, Jamestown Industries

Returning Sponsors
PNC Bank, KeyBank, Economy Linen & Towel Service, Fifth Third Bank, First Financial

Advocate & Inspiration Sponsors
The Dayton Foundation, LexisNexis, Wright-Patt Credit Union,
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, P&R Communications, The Oakwood Florist

During House Party of Hope festivities, the agency also presents the Hope Award to an individual or couple who has made significant contributions, through their time, talents and resources. This year’s honorees are Jack, Assistant Commissioner of the OCCAC and Professor and Coach at Sinclair Community College, and Vicki Giambrone, Executive Vice President of CBD Advisors and City Council Member for the Citizen’s of Beavercreek.

The event is also a celebration of the 9-year anniversary of CEO, Natasha R. Spears, who has helped change the lives of thousands of students in the Dayton community for nearly a decade. Ms. Spears was initially introduced to Boys & Girls Clubs as a student at the University of Cincinnati, and upon moving to Dayton in 2000 began volunteering for the organization. She joined the board in 2005 and served as vice-chair before accepting the CEO position.

Join us for an evening cocktails, networking, hors d’oeuvres, dancing and the presentation of the 2015 Hope Awards. For ticket or sponsorship information, click here or contact Aiyana Marcus, at 937-262-8377 x305 or aiyana@bgcdayton.org.

About the Boys & Girls Club of Dayton
Established in 1930, the Boys & Girls Club of Dayton (BGCD) provides daily afterschool and all day summer programs to children ages 5 to 18, getting them off the streets during the most dangerous time of the day, between 2:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Each year BGCD provides approximately 600 Montgomery County youth with a safe and positive place to learn and grow. At the Boys & Girls Club children can spend their non-school hours surrounded by caring adults and engaged in enriching, age appropriate youth development activities. Club members have access to an array of programs in the core areas of Academic Success, Civic & Social Engagement, and Healthy Lifestyles. Membership fees are low and affordable and afterschool participation includes a nutritious meal served daily. BGCD is part of the national federation of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which includes some 4,000 Club locations in the 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and U.S. military bases worldwide serving 4.2 million youth annually.
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AUTHOR: Aiyana Marcus
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