The holiday season is no exception. This year the Salvation Army of Wake County registered nearly 9,000 children to be part of the Christmas Cheer Program. Through this program, children receive new clothing, toys, and stockings. Volunteers and donations help provide a special Christmas for these children.
The U10 CAYA Black North Girls, coached by Jason Wolfe, had their winter team party this past December weekend. In addition to spending time together and celebrating a great season, the team put together stockings for the Salvation Army's Christmas Cheer program. They also had a little creative fun putting together gingerbread houses!
This kind of spirit is certainly contagious. Please share with us any community service or support efforts you are providing this holiday season, either as an individual or a group. We pride ourselves on being a committed community partner. We are nearing the end of the year and we are proud to say that through this team's service effort, we have documented our collective 40th service effort in the community! Check out all that our club and our players have done this year to to give back to the community that has supported us for so many years.