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Brookshire’s donates to Boys and Girls Club

Brookshire’s annual golf tournament benefiting children’s charities donated $4,500 to the Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson County on Aug. 4 to support Project Learn Program. This program focuses on academics, emphasizing math and literacy. The club will be able to purchase supplies to continue to provide members with the academics needed to be successful, a spokesman said. Participants during the check presentation were James Britt, Boys and Girls Club area manager; Jeffrey Pulliam, board president of the club; Nyeshia Aldridge, club CEO; Daniel Vallance, store director of Brookshire’s on Camden Road; and Barbara Rhinehart, club secretary. (Special to The Commercial)

Births

Joshua and Lindsay Stayton gave birth to a baby girl, Scotlyn Grace Stayton on July 13. She weighed 9 pounds 5 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her grandparents are Elaine and Tommy Elmore of Pine Bluff; Ron and Connie Stayton of Pine Bluff; Roger and Peggy Hobus of Avoca, Iowa; and Mark and Rhonda Andrews of Hilliard, Ohio.

DuBocage ABWA names officers

The DuBocage Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association’s outgoing Vice President Judy Conn recently installed Christy Bush as president and Patsy Stone as vice president for the coming year.