Brantwood Childrens Home New Tennis Court

Brantwood Children’s Home officials cut the ribbon to their brand new tennis court. The Montgomery Rotary Club made this possible by raising thousands of dollars at a fundraiser. the director, Kim Herbert, believes this tennis court will help the children gain personal strength. Brantwood Children’s Home is a safe house for children ages 10 to 21.


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