COLUMBIA STATE MEN'S BASKETBALL VOLUNTEERS IN THE COMMUNITY

Columbia State basketball players give lessons in basketball at local school
Columbia State basketball players give lessons in basketball at local school

The Columbia State men's basketball team volunteered their time recently at the King Daughters' School in Columbia.  The King Daughters' School has a 100 year legacy of providing residential and communiity services for individuals with developmental disabilities by promoting independencs through education.  The team spent time with the students in the school's gy m playing basketball and dodgeball.  

"Volunteering and giving back to the community is something that is part of our mission at Columbia State & for all TCCAA institutions.  As a basketball team, we take great pride in getting out in the community & volunteering our time," said Head Coach Winston Neal.  "Visiting the students at King Daughters' School is something we have done since I have been at Columbia State.  It is a great way to give back, our players love meeting the students, and it really makes our guys appreciate their opportunity toget a college education & play college basketball."