BOONE, N.C. --- The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team continues to be active in the local community, especially during the spring season, making the short trip to Boone earlier this semester to spend time with residents at the Hospitality House.
The Hospitality House is an organization that is committed to helping rebuild lives. They provide an emergency shelter, shelter for families, those in transition, as well as permanent supportive housing. The Hospitality House also provides three meals a day, laundry, and showers for those in the community that are in need.
The Bobcats took time out of their busy athletic and academic lives on March 22 to spend time with those in need, helping out with the House's Bingo Night. The girls had a great time, passing out prizes and calling numbers while getting to know the residents and staff at the House.
"We have had a lot of great moments the last few years here at LMC, but I have never been more proud as a Bobcat to see our young ladies be as caring as they interacted with the residents," praised head coach Nick Whiting. "It was easy to tell what a special group we have."
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