Hardly a day goes by that we aren't subjected to headlines about youngsters getting in trouble, deep trouble. We here at 'Be Someone' mourn the loss of each and every child and share in the pain caused so many families. We truly believe if we had these children in our classroom the outcomes would have been success instead of failure. Here is a list of kids in trouble. There was a better way. Read more here.
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News, programs and events that are helping kids to Be Someone.
The Rotary Club of Stone Mountain is set to host the Second Annual Champions of Education event, Saturday, March 18, at the Georgia Piedmont Technical College DeKalb Conference Center, 495 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GA 30021.
The ”Moving With Love” event will be held Saturday, Feb. 25, 1 – 3 p.m. at the organization’s Stone Mountain training center, 949 Stephenson Rd. Adults and young people 7-17 and welcome. Although not required, reservations are requested and may be made at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's Time To Clean Up Our Street. Not next month. Not next year. NOW! Peace, positivity and purpose provide the power to "Checkmate" crime and violence.
“Be Someone” has taught the game of chess to and counseled more than 85,000 at-risk youth with a goal of reaching a million. Chess demands creative thinking and that critical thinking ability can become the difference between a life on the streets and a life of success.