New Greensboro Boys & Girls, Still in Construction Phase 

Director Andrew Freear: “We’ve been here for 20 years, the thing has some roots. Instead of seeking survival, the program can say well, it’s not what we can do, it’s what we should do. I think that our community projects are always either educationally based or based on the welfare of the young, such as the Boys & Girls clubs. Our challenge isn’t just to create those buildings and hope organizations survive, it’s how we help them survive.”

Photo by Tim Hursley  Photo 2 of 4 in Sustainable, Rural Design by Auburn's Rural Studio

Sustainable, Rural Design by Auburn's Rural Studio2/4

New Greensboro Boys & Girls, Still in Construction Phase

Director Andrew Freear: “We’ve been here for 20 years, the thing has some roots. Instead of seeking survival, the program can say well, it’s not what we can do, it’s what we should do. I think that our community projects are always either educationally based or based on the welfare of the young, such as the Boys & Girls clubs. Our challenge isn’t just to create those buildings and hope organizations survive, it’s how we help them survive.”

Photo by Tim Hursley

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