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On August 13, 2016, BoFostersHope held it’s 3rd Annual Back to School Supply Drive at Largo/Kettering/Perrywood Community Center.

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On August 22, 2015 BoFostersHope, in partnership with WIN Family Services, held is 2nd Annual Cookout and School Supply Drive.  We were able to supply much needed school supplies, including backpacks, notebooks, paper, pencils, crayons, graph paper, scientific calculators and other supplies to children in foster care, from elementary school to college.

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On May 30 and 31, 2015 BoFostersHope held is 4th Annual Basketball Bonanza. For the first time it was conducted as a tournament, with winners in each age bracket receiving trophies and medals.  In addition to an exciting two days of basketball, patrons and participants were able to receive information relating to foster care; including becoming a foster or respite parent and mentoring children in foster care. Past events have been attended by Anthony Durant on behalf of the Durant Family Charities, and Maryland’s own former heavyweight boxing contender, Seth Mitchell.

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The United States honors the memory of Eusibio S. McCoy. This certificate is awarded by a grateful nation in recognition of devoted and selfless consecration to the service of our country in the Armed Forces of the United States. Barack Obama, President of the United States.

 

 

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Sgt. Eusibio “Bo” McCoy, who was referred to as a “Soldier, son, friend, brother, leader and athlete.” The 24-year-old from Maryland joined the Army July 27, 2006. Although he had only been stationed at SHAPE for six months, the military policeman who patrolled the gates of SHAPE made many friends and touched many lives in the community, as was evident by the crowd of more than 300 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, civilians and family members from multiple nations who came out to pay their respects. Click here to read full story.

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