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 Shirley Boys & Girls Club Gets Approval for Projects

February 13, 2008 - The Town of Shirley’s extension of the Hancock County Boys & Girls Club recently sought and received approval for more projects at the club’s meeting place, the Shirley Shelter House.

Darren Turner, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Hancock County (BGC), Donna Love, BGC’s Shirley extension director, and two officers from the recently dedicated Shirley Extension Torch Club met with the Shirley Town Council to seek approval for their projects. Torch Club officers included President Tyler Blackshear and Secretary Kaylin Kieninger. They sought the town council’s permission to expand existing community service projects.

The club wants to seal interior walls where they meet the Shirley Shelter House’s floors, and caulk around exterior windows at the front of the building. The council gave the club permission to carry out the tasks, and even agreed to purchase the necessary supplies.

This year brings the fourth consecutive Halloween Extravaganza Pumpkin Decorating Contest sponsored by the local club. The Shirley Town Council also granted the club permission to plant a pumpkin patch at Shirley Park to supply pumpkins for both the Greenfield and Shirley clubs.

 

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