Faces of the BAC
June Volunteer Meeting
Terina Barta, long time resident of Beaverton , met her husband Jim when she was a junior at BHS. They have two sons, age 6 and 3. Sean, the oldest of the two, has participated in the All Sports and Flag Football at Beaverton Activity Center. Terina points out how fun the programs are for families. You can find Terina these days working at the Beaverton branch of Gladwin County District Library. She and her dedicated fellow staff members worked hard to get the new library ready for grand opening, and look forward to implementing many new ideas for adult and kids programs. She is an avid reader who cites WINTER GARDEN, SWORN TO SILENCE, and SHORT STRAW BRIDE among her favorite titles. Feel free to ask her for details and for other book recommendations when you see her at the library. She is one of the many Faces of the BAC who make it a great place to visit.
Lydia Beth Athey
Lydia Beth Athey, daughter of Amy and Dan Athey, loves spaghetti, cheerleading, going to the BAC, and reading. Her favorite book is Piggie Pie. Her mom tells us that Lydia is looking forward to all the children's events at our activity center. She is involved in her community and church, likes earning Girl Scout patches, and has fun acting out her favorite book characters. It's great to see her smiling face at BAC, along with those of her brothers and sisters: Logan, Rocco, Christopher, Danielle, and Brecken.
Some of the many Volunteers for Beaverton Activity Center gathered for a Holiday Reception and meeting in December. Almost 1,500 hours were logged by volunteers in November, showing why we are truly a COMMUNITY center.Their smiling faces and red vests are evident every day we are open. Interested in becoming a volunteer? Call the BAC front office ( 435-4104).