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Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club (WSB&G Club) Executive Director, Chris Couch, talks with club members in the recently renovated games room' of the club facility on Virginia Avenue, Seaford. The Boys & Girls Club was awarded a $50,000 grant from Lowe's as part of a national Renovation Across the Nation,' grant project. One Boys & Girls Club in each of the 50 states was awarded the grant. The Western Sussex B&G Club was chosen to represent Delaware. The club also received $20,000 from the Seaford Chapter of Soroptimist International for the renovation project. Pictured with Couch are, from left: B&G Club members Marta Navarro, 11; Omari Nichols, 9; Amyaiah Church, 9; Nicholas Navarro, 8, and Tyrone Hickman, 7, all of Seaford. Hanging on the wall behind the group is a special mural that was drawn and colored by Lowe's Heroes' volunteers from the Seaford store and WSB&G Club members. See story on page 10.

Photo by Tony Windsor

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