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Residential Education Day 2016 is almost here!

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We’re very excited to announce that our 8th annual Residential Education Day is on Friday, May 6, 2016, on campus from 10:30am-2:00pm.

Please join us on campus for tours, displays, demonstrations from our
Center for Applied Trades program, a free luncheon, and opportunities to talk with residents and staff.

Residential Education Day gives us a chance to showcase the accomplishments of our residents, the opportunities Boys Home is providing for them, and the ways we are helping them choose a path toward success. If you are a donor, Residential Education Day is a great way to see the impact you are having on the lives of young men.

Residential Education Day is free and open to the public. You are welcome to bring your kids and your friends!

We hope you will join us for this event! For more information or to RSVP online, visit www.boyshomeofva.org/REday. You can RSVP by phone at 540-965-7714 or by email at sjones@boyshomeofva.org.

We look forward to seeing you on May 6th!


Boys visit Country Club of Virginia


Back in January, our guys had the privilege of visiting the Country Club of Virginia and touring their culinary facilities, arranged by Boys Home Board Member Mr. Len Slater. The boys spent the day at the Country Club of Virginia, eating lunch and learning about career paths in culinary arts.

The Country Club of Virginia wrote a great article about the visit. You can find the article by CLICKING HERE.

WSLS Channel 10 features Boys Home

Houseparents Ronnie and Linda Angle route on the boys at a Clifton Middle School football game.

Houseparents Ronnie and Linda Angle cheer on boys at a Clifton Middle School football game.

Roanoke’s WSLS Channel 10 featured Boys Home in a story about houseparents Ronnie and Linda Angle. Houseparents live with the boys on campus when they’re working and work 4 day shifts. They run each cottage as a household and take care of everything from waking the boys up in the morning to completing daily paperwork for each boy.

Ronnie and Linda Angle have been with us as houseparents for 5 years at Boys Home. As a married couple, they work in separate cottages during their shifts and live on campus when they’re off shift. They’ve impacted many lives during their 5 years here at Boys Home.

CLICK HERE to watch the full report.