New Philadelphia, OH (April 10, 2019) – Skyline Champion Homes, in partnership with Buckeye Career Center, will sponsor a barbeque for Buckeye Career Center Drug-Free Clubs of America chapter members.
The event will take place on Friday, May 3, 2019, at BCC. It will run from 11-noon and will feature burgers, sides, and ice cream for the member students. Skyline Champion Homes wanted to support the chapter, while also providing an incentive for the students, according to Skyline Champion Homes Division Manager James Johnson.
“Skyline Champion Homes of Sugarcreek, Ohio is proud to promote and sponsor this event. We stand tall in our support of BCC and their students’ commitment to being drug-free,” stated Johnson. Buckeye Career Center Principal Matt Fockler is thankful for Skyline’s willingness to provide an incentive to encourage students to remain drug-free while at home, school, and in the workplace.He also believes membership in DFCA encourages Buckeye students to be accountable and respect the pledge they made at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year. “The Drug-Free Clubs of America gives our students the opportunity to be a part of an organization that promotes and rewards their commitment to healthy decisions. Their membership shows prospective employers, colleges, and universities their responsibility and dedication to being individuals of high moral character,” said Fockler.
Buckeye Career Center is still accepting monetary donations to help cover the cost of the DFCA chapter at BCC for the 2018-2019 school year. Contributions are used to pay for the expenses related to random drug testing and incentives for club members.
The 2018-2019 school year is the first year for the BCC chapter. The program was founded in Cincinnati in 2005. The goal of the program is to promote healthy living and a drug-free lifestyle for teenagers. Buckeye Career Center also hopes the initiative will be helpful to employers who are seeking drug-free potential employees. Students who apply to be involved in the chapter are drug tested and given an ID card to keep in his or her possession.
The students are randomly tested throughout the year in order to keep an active membership.
For more information on the national club visit www.drugfreeclubs.com. For more information on Buckeye Career Center’s chapter or to donate, please call Public Relations Coordinator Shyanne Carroll at 330.339.2288 extension 1241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a donation packet.