May 19 2011

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Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Madre open ‘Ship Store’


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Ribbon cutting for The Ship Store, which was named in honor of the United Stated Coast Guard volunteers for all the service, mentoring and coaching that they provided over the past year, took place Wednesday, May 18. Pictured are members of the USCG under the leadership of Lt. Mickey Lalor, members of the Laguna Madre Boys and Girls Club, Board of Directors and staff and the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.  (Photo by Lauren Laughlin)The Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Madre celebrated the opening of their new Ship Store on Wednesday, May 18. The store was named in honor of the United States Coast Guard crewmen who volunteer at the club throughout the year. Present at the ribbon cutting were members of the Port Isabel Chamber of Commerce, members of the Board of Directors for the club and several members from Coast Guard Station South Padre Island. 

U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Mickey Lalor, who serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Madre, said,“When I ask my crew for volunteers, I am not telling them as their boss, I am asking them as Mickey, and time and time again, more than enough hands go up to volunteer.” 

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