Help us Kill the Keg for Harkins House on Thursday, May 24th! Our lovely friends at Block 15 are donating a keg and all proceeds from the sale of that keg will go to the Laurie C. Rice Memorial Scholarship fund. Bring your friends, family, coworkers, frenemies (beer heals), random beer people you see all over town but do not actually know their name, etc.!
In summary: Drink beer for the kids!
The Laurie C. Rice Memorial Scholarship is available for any youth who has attended and successfully completed Harkins House or who has successfully graduated from the Keys to Success Program. Scholarships are available for college, vocational programs, sports, music programs, and for positive extracurricular activities.
More on Harkins House:
Harkins House is a short-term shelter care facility for at risk youth between the ages of twelve to seventeen. The program provides a safe environment for Washington County youth whose homes are no longer a resource. Since opening in 1977, Harkins House has served several thousand youth in our community. Individualized care is provided to each youth including a comprehensive evaluation, counseling and mental health services, an educational program and positive recreational activities. Harkins House is a safe, structured program dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to the youth and families it serves.