The Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Eastern Madera County celebrated its end of the year festivities inside Oakhurst Elementary School on June 6. "We have to invest in our kids," said Diane Phakonekham, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Central California. “We have to invest in our future. One day they'll run the world and I can't imagine what our world would be without a program like this.”
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Eastern Madera County celebrated its end of the year festivities inside Oakhurst Elementary School on June 6. "We have to invest in our kids," said Diane Phakonekham, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Central California. “We have to invest in our future. One day they'll run the world and I can't imagine what our world would be without a program like this.” Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Eastern Madera County celebrated its end of the year festivities inside Oakhurst Elementary School on June 6. "We have to invest in our kids," said Diane Phakonekham, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Central California. “We have to invest in our future. One day they'll run the world and I can't imagine what our world would be without a program like this.” Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star

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