Flags donated to Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

Flags donated to Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson
Flag at club house (Source: Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson)
Charley Foley, founder of Flags for the Flagless. (Source: Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson)
Charley Foley, founder of Flags for the Flagless. (Source: Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson)

Written by: Maria Arey, KOLD News 13 Intern

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now)

Flags have been donated to six of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson.

The President of the Boys and Girls Club, Lisa Bayless found an organization that would help restore the clubhouses' flagpoles along with replacing flags for the poles.

The founder of Flags for the Flagless, Charley Foley responded to Bayless's call and was able to refurbish poles, replace flags, as well as raise the flags in time for the Fourth of July.

"We are truly grateful for Flags for the Flagless and their generosity," CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson, Debbie Wagner said.

Each Clubhouse reopened for the academic year on August 2, 2018.

Charley Foley and Bradley Clark both police officers founded Flags for the Flagless. Both are set on influencing the community with patriotism and pride. They plan to reach out the local community and nationally.

The Boys and Girls Club of Tucson has been apart of the community for over 50 years. They ensure each child receives affordable choices and after school programs. Members of the community are encouraged to join the Boys and Girls Club.

For more information about the club visit http://www.bgctucson.org.

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