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Monday, December 4, 2017

ReMax Action team helps Aberdeen Boys and Girls Club in fundraising event


The Remax Action team of Scott Grebner and Tetiana Althoff (Owners) donated 5,000 door hangers to help the club with their new fundraising activities. This is the commitment of the owners and all of the other members of the ReMax team.

This campaign ensures that the doors to the Club remain open and accessible to all children and that the Clubs are able to continue to provide:

A Safe Place for those who may be left alone after school or on the streets with no guidance. The Clubs are a safe place to play and a place safe enough where kids can be themselves.

Life-Enhancing Programs that can open young minds. The Boys & Girls Clubs expose youth to new ideas and skills that prepare them for life. We teach the importance of character in all of our programs.

A Relationship with Caring, Trained Adults. The availability of dependable, caring adults who are responsive to a child’s daily realities are critical to developing meaningful, often lifelong relationships, that enable children to reach their full potential.

As you know, we purposely keep dues low so that all children will have the opportunity to join. You can help make this opportunity, to develop relationships with caring professionals and to experience programs that build character, by making a financial contribution.


From the Action Team, we both encourage you talk with the kids when they put one on your door. If possible please consider a contribution to this worthy cause.

                                                Scott Grebner And Tetiana Althoff

                                                                                                     

















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