Mar 27, 2013

Tribe Soccer Program Lends Helping Hand in the Community

Courtesy TribeAthletics.com
Tue, March 26, 2013 
 
Courtesy TribeAthletics.com
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The William and Mary men’s and women’s soccer programs recently volunteered in the Williamsburg community over the weekend.  Both programs devoted their time to helping out Child Development Resources (CDR) with their 35th Annual Bid’n Buy Auction, which was held at the Williamsburg Hotel & Conference Center.
 
“Assisting CDR with their 35th Annual Bid ‘N Buy Auction was a terrific service experience for us,” stated men's head coach Chris Norris.  “We are humbled by the work they do for families in our community and grateful for the opportunity to help them raise funds and awareness.”
 
Child Development Resources (CDR) was founded in Williamsburg in 1966 as a preschool for special children. Today, CDR benefits and cares for an estimated 1,000 children and their families each year. An extensive asset for parents, teachers and physicians, CDR spearheads Virginia's Infant and Toddler Specialist Network.
 
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