Association of Midnight Basketball CEO and Chapter Exec. Dir. Meet With Stockton Black Leadership Council

Nov 16, 2015 | National News

On Veterans Day 2015, Lawrence C Gray CEO and Grover V Crump (Ricky) Chapter Exec. Dir. met with Ralph White (President) and other board members of the Stockton Black Leadership Council.  Discussions were about the homicides and general problems within the communities.  It was also discussed how and what the programs of Association of Midnight Basketball could do.  The board realized the need and was very positive and willing to assist in building the Stockton Chapter.  Association of Midnight Basketball CEO Lawrence C Gray was there to support the chapter and gave some valuable input.  The Stockton Chapter has written a policy and procedure for there Mentoring Program.  A draft has been forwarded to the Ass. City Manager.  No local program has a detailed procedure policy.  The Stockton Chapter has also changed the name of it’s Scared Stiff Program to Every Life Matters (The Living Work Shop).  The principles remain the same as Scared Stiff.  There is another meeting scheduled on 11-18-15 where needs will be discussed.  The Stockton Chapter is determined to begin in the right direction to serve the youth of San Joaquin County.

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