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Life Through Baseball

West Blvd Ministry recently brought together two great organizations, Charlotte Metro Reds Baseball and Turn Two for Youth. Charlotte Metro Reds is an upcoming baseball league in Charlotte that WBM is partnering with to walk with and increase participation throughout the West Blvd corridor. The good folks at Turn Two donated catcher’s equipment, baseballs, helmets, […]

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Lifting a Family Up

Yesterday was the Celebration of Life for DeMika Graves, 35, a single mother of eight children, who passed away unexpectedly a week ago. West Blvd Ministry has been walking with the Graves Family for a year now and are deeply saddened by the loss. DeMika’s passing only strengthens our commitment to the Graves Family and […]

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WBM Back to School Night

As many parents know, the first day of school for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is right around the corner on August 27th. West Blvd Ministry knows that buying all the necessities for the school year can be a stressful time for many households. This evening, WBM families got together to help kids get back to school with […]

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Volunteer For Upcoming WBM Events

West Blvd Ministry is gearing up for two upcoming events: HOGPC and WBM Annual Coats and Cookout Event Saturday, October 20th (1-4pm-ish) Last year we served 225 hot meals and distributed over 600 Coats. This year will be even BIGGER!! Little Rock Apartments and West Blvd Ministry Neighborhood Cookout Saturday, November 17th (1-3pm) WBM had […]

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RWCI Information Fair

West Blvd Ministry had a great time on Saturday participating in the Renaissance West Community Initiative Fair. The RWCI was established to revitalize the Boulevard Homes public housing into a vibrant village called The Renaissance. They use a holistic community redevelopment approach, focusing on multiple critical factors, including mixed-income housing, educational opportunities, youth and [...]

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Bethlehem Center Summer Camp

West Blvd Ministry is happy to support the Bethlehem Center Summer Camp this summer with two interns. The Bethlehem Center’s camp offers arts & crafts, field trips, continued education in mathematics and reading, games, and sports, as well as overnight camps. Children in grades K-12 can participate at no cost to the parents. It’s a […]

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