THANK YOU DENZEL!
When Denzel Washington was a young boy, both of his parents worked outside the home. So he spent his free time at the Boys Club of Mt. Vernon (N.Y.) after school and on the weekends. It was a place to become a football player, a boxer or a basketball player. He learned to construct in the woodshop, and have fun with friends in the gamesroom.
But most of all, he learned to dream. And he dreamed big.
Learn more about Denzel’s story and his contributions to the movement that has positively impacted the lives of millions of youth in America.
Follow this link to learn more: http://bgca.org/whoweare/alumni/Pages/DenzelWashington.aspx