2010 -11 CSC Foundation Team Player Ebony Brown signs with Norfolk State University on April 21st, 2011
Ebony with mom, dad and sister
Mrs. Crooms with the happy family
Mrs. Crooms with the college-bound guest of honor
Group shot with SACA Athletic Dir. Dwight Howard, Sr.
The CSC Foundation receives a $1,500 contribution from The Clayton Collaborative Authority for their work and impact within the local community. Other nonprofits honoredfrom L-R were: The National Museum of Commercial Aviation; African Women’s Development Foundation, and House of Dawn Inc.
With Ga. State Rep Mike Glanton
Foundation team members with Tournament Co-Sponsor State Rep Mike Glanton
Team members observe the action
Joyrdan Crooms keeps the team motivated with a round of Hi-5s
Dwight addresses the attendees
Camp’s Coach Counselors
With Orlando Magic’s Dwight Howard
East Point Ga.- Mr. & Mrs. Crooms speak on behalf of the foundation as fans and supporters of the East Point Lady Jaguars and Atlanta “JC” Crew organizations commemorate Courtney’s 18th birthday with a dedication game and tribute presentation.
Mrs. Crooms speaks to a small, but captive group of freshman and sophomore girls from Riverdale High School about the importance of education and integrity beyond the game of basketball.
From L-R: Travis Lott, LMS Asst. Principal; Melvin Blocker, LMS Head Principal; Meshal Crooms, President The CSC Foundation
The CSC Foundation partnered with Lovejoy Middle School to assist in providing learning aides for students and teachers.
signed with North Georgia College & State University