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Teen Volunteers Celebrate The CHU’s First Anniversary

By September 25, 2023October 11th, 2023In the News, Making a Difference, Volunteer Spirit

Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County members Kyra and Savannah show the variety of groceries available at the GL Homes-sponsored The CHU food pantry for club members and their families.

Photo credit: Tracey Benson Photography

Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County teens Kyra and Savannah have worked at The CHU (pronounced “chew”) for over a year. Both girls are 13-years-old and work several hours a week, restocking the GL Homes-sponsored food pantry with healthy, nutritious food.  These groceries and essential staples serve hundreds of Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County families and children.
Located in Port St. Lucie, The CHU food pantry is a catchy nickname, an acronym for the Chuck Hill Unit, one of six neighborhood-based clubs, that serves local children and teens who are Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County members. The CHU celebrates its first anniversary thanks to generous support from GL Homes and the hard work of two capable and responsible teenagers, Kyra and Savannah.