Nov. 13, 2004
ATLANTA – The Georgia Tech women’s basketball team continued “Buzzing Through the Community” this week when they visited the “Cool Girls Club” at East Lake Elementary and Cary Reynolds Elementary for their physical activity week.
Cool Girls Club is an after-school program for girls in the Atlanta community where people volunteer their time to encourage the younger girls of today’s society to get involved with physical activity and be interactive with activities such as drawings, dance, sports, music etc.
Shantrell Moss, Cheytoria Phillips, Kentrina Wilson, Megan Harpring, and Ashley Guerrant all had the opportunity to meet with the young girls and give out posters and tickets to games while speaking about the importance of being involved in physical activity, the importance of receiving an eduction, and the excitement of playing for the Georgia Tech women’s basketball team. The athletes spoke to more than 100 students during the week.
“Buzzing Through the Community” is a program designed to assist in developing the knowledge and leadership skills necessary to help Atlanta’s youth achieve future success in life, and the visits by the women’s basketball team and coaches consists primarily of discussions and sports-related activities that introduce youth to the positive aspects of intercollegiate athletics, higher education and work values.
For more information on how the Georgia Tech women’s basketball team can “Buzz Through the Community” near you, contact Brian Moore at email@example.com.