Boys & Girls Club Name Building After Local Donors, J.Marshall and Judi Hughes
The Boys and Girls Club of Butler County recently announced that it will rename the Antique Shop on Bowling Green Road “J. Marshall and Judi Hughes House,” after donors, J. Marshall and Judi Hughes. The renaming ceremony will be held on location August 29, 2013 at 11:00 am.
J. Marshall and Judi Hughes are the largest contributors to the Butler County Boys & Girls Club since it was originated 16 years ago. The total appraised value of the donation was around $90,000 for the Antique Shop and seven plots of land. Along with the donation, J. Marshall Hughes assisted in securing a state grant to cover renovations to the old building.
The Boys and Girls Club is a non-profit organization with a mission to help youth to reach their full potential. The donation of this facility will be used as a rental property to help raise funding for the program. Christine Coleman, Board Member stated, “We want to invite everyone to the dedication as we express our appreciation to J. Marshall and Judi Hughes for the preservation of the antique shop and especially their support of the Butler County Boys and Girls Club.”
J. Marshall Hughes, partner of Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers, has dedicated himself to providing protection to the children of our community. Hughes is the co-founder of Kids Are Special, Arrive Alive and Dnt Txt N Drv, all programs are sponsored by Hughes & Coleman and promote childhood safety.
About Boys & Girls Club:
The Boys & Girls club has a mission “To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.” They assist children through education & career Programs, character & leadership programs, health & life skill programs, art programs, sports fitness & recreation programs and other specialized programs.
About Hughes & Coleman:
Hughes & Coleman has dedicated 28 years to serving victims of worker’s compensation, as well as nursing home neglect and abuse, auto accidents, brain injuries, drug injuries, defective products, environmental dangers, fire and burn injuries, insurance disputes, motorcycle accidents, premises liability, Social Security Disability, truck accident injuries and wrongful death. With offices in Kentucky and Tennessee, Hughes and Coleman is not only committed to their clients, but the community as well. For more information, please contact Lora Fisher at 270-782-6003 ext. 147 or visit www.hughesandcoleman.com.