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Bow Ties Take Over The University Club at Stages of Freedom Event

The annual Stages of Freedom's

Published by GoLocalProv

Bow Ties for Boys event packed the University Club on Saturday morning. The event sponsored by Awoken Apparel, Starbucks, the University Club, Franklin Rogers, and GoLocalProv.com provides young boys of color an opportunity to learn important skills that will enable them to accomplish their goals and be successful in life.

More than a dozen mentors assisted the boys in learning skills like shaking hands, introducing themselves, and tying a bow tie.

"Each boy leaves with his very own classy bow tie," said Stages of Freedom co-founder Ray Rickman.

One of the Stages of Freedom's major missions is "to provide youth of color access to swimming programs in order to reduce the number of drownings in the minority community.

Six Annual Bow Ties for Boys

Published by Providence Journal

Sixth Annual Bow Ties for Boys, and event hosted by Stages of Freedom, was held Saturday morning at the University Club in Providence. This annual free program provides young boys of color an opportunity to learn important skills that will enable them to accomplish their goals and be successful in life. Male mentors assist them in shaking hands, introducing themselves, and tying a bow tie. Each boy leaves with his very own classy bow tie. [The Providence Journal / Kris Craig]

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