Tuesday, October 1st, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Door County held an annual breakfast for supporters and to raise awareness of the program. At the location of Stone Harbor, coordinators and directors of Northeast Wisconsin and Door County held the fundraiser.
Patty O’Rourke, Door County Coordinator of BBBS, was recognized for her contributions to the program over the past years. Mrs O’Rourke spends most of her organized time for the program at Southern Door School. She operates in the main meeting room for Bigs and Littles in the middle school.
Accompanying Mrs. O’Rourke from Southern Door school, Delilah Rose emceed the event. Delilah is a Senior at Southern Door High School and a four year Big Sister.
Recognized at the breakfast was Ms. Skletzski and Ms. Whitelaw-Gorski. Both are Big Sisters in Northeast Wisconsin. Ms. Skletzski celebrates one year as a director for the program located in Green Bay, and Ms. Whitelaw-Gorski shared her compelling story as a Big.
Peter Kerwin made closing comments on the BBBBS program breakfast. Mr. Kewin is part of the Door County Advisory Council. He stressed that every dollar counts using the BBBS motto: defending the potential of youth changes lives.