Mar 062013

Six-person volleyball teams will be raising funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Arizona while competing for a first place prize in the second annual Charity Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, March 30, at the Show Low High School Gymnasium.
Northland Pioneer College’s Alpha Gamma Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges, is sponsoring the tournament. Chapter officers Kelcie Reidhead and Tashawna Jones are helping to organize this community service outreach.
The entry fee is $150 per team, or just $25 per person. Entry forms are available at NPC campus/center offices or can be downloaded at Entries and fees are due by Thursday, March 21.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Arizona makes a difference in the lives of the children in Navajo and Apache counties through professionally-supported one-to-one mentoring relationships. BBBS then assists “littles” in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become caring, competent and confident individuals.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Arizona was incorporated in 1997 as a non-profit 501 (3)(c) organization. Currently, BBBS of NEAZ is serving more than 900 children through community and school-based mentoring programs.
For more information about the volleyball tournament, contact Ryan Rademacher, NPC PTK faculty adviser, at 1-800-266-7845, ext. 6262, or by e-mail atryan.rademacher@npc.ed, or Kelcie Reidhead at (928) 243-0102, or Tashawna Jones at (480) 209-2212.