YES Club helps at Roundball Classic

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Members of YES Club volunteering Friday evening as concessionaires. From left: Antoine Morgan, Joshua Noubadan, Elliana Mickens, Youth Center Director Aneisha Titsworth and her daughter Riley Titsworth, Alexis Williams, Anijsha Titsworth, Brandon Denard, Kaleb Smith, Youth Center staff Jasmine Goodloe, and Joaquin Soto. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
information provided by Trelissa Moses, Patti Leach Youth Center

LANSING, Ill. (February 19, 2020) – During the four-day tournament that comprises the annual Roundball Classic, members of the YES Club volunteered as concessionaires. YES (Youth Engaged in Service) Club looks for opportunities to serve the community, and Friday night, February 7, gave them a chance to interact with student athletes and their families during.

Members of YES Club volunteered Friday evening as concessionaires. From left: Antoine Morgan, Joshua Noubadan, Elliana Mickens, Youth Center Director Aneisha Titsworth and her daughter Riley Titsworth, Alexis Williams, Anijsha Titsworth, Brandon Denard, Kaleb Smith, Youth Center staff Jasmine Goodloe, and Joaquin Soto. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Crowds of people came in during halftime to order food at the concession stand. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
YES Club members were at work inside the concession stand. From left: Alexis Williams, Joshua Noubadan, Antoine Morgan, Brandon Denard, and Youth Center staff Jasmine Goodloe. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
From left: Alexis Williams served candy to a customer while Joshua Noubadan, Brandon Denard, and Joaquin Soto waited for more orders. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Alexis Williams took an order from a happy customer. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
With patience, Joshua Noubadan took orders from a crowd coming in during halftime. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Kaleb Smith and Elliana Mickens worked the hot food station. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Brandon Denard handed a customer a container of cotton candy. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Kaleb Smith microwaved popcorn for a hungry customer. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)
Antoine Morgan—known for the night as “Water Boy—enthusiastically manned the drinks station. (Photo: Trelissa Moses)

To learn more about YES Club and the Patti Leach Youth Center, call 708-418-8050, Like their Facebook page (The Patti Leach Youth Center), and follow them on Instagram (@lansingplyc).

The Patti Leach Youth Center is located on 18123 Burnham Avenue in Lansing. They’re open Monday to Friday from 3:30-7:00pm. Youth must be in 6th–12th grade and a Lansing resident to join.