Texas Boys Ranch expanding services with $2 million campaign - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Texas Boys Ranch expanding services with $2 million campaign

From The Texas Boys Ranch:

The Texas Boys Ranch Board of Directors is proud to announce the Ribbon Cutting and Open House of the Stettheimer Family Administration and Social Services Center as the first of three projects in the "Building Hearts, Minds and Bodies" capital campaign. The campaign is a $2,220,000 effort to improve and expand Texas Boys Ranch, which includes the social service wing, the horse barn, and the education & recreation center.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place Thursday, May 23rd at 10:30 a.m. at Texas Boys Ranch (4810 N CR 2800, three miles due east of the Preston Smith International Airport).

Social Service Wing Ribbon Cutting and Open House:
The expansion of our administration building (social services wing) has added needed office and counselor rooms to serve our children in care. This gives us an opportunity to expand our services. Many of our social workers served children from desks located in our hallways. This expansion has improved the work environment and provided improved care for our children.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will honor the family of Joe and Tracye Stettheimer.  The Stettheimer family has been a wonderful driving force to make this needed addition to Texas Boys Ranch become a reality.   

Lynn Harms, President and John Sigle, Executive Director of Texas Boys Ranch will participate with the Stettheimer family, Texas Boys Ranch Board of Directors, and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce as we cut the ribbon to celebrate this wonderful project for Texas Boys Ranch.
 
Mission: Sharing Jesus, Healing Hearts, Transforming Lives
Texas Boys Ranch, serving Lubbock and our surrounding communities since 1975.

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