Nonprofit seeks new facilities
Osborne said the club frequently gets calls from individuals who are interested in enrolling their children in the program, but space is very limited. Osborne said he would like to find either an existing building to renovate or purchase land to build a new facility that makes room for growth.
“If we had facilities and funding, we could easily fill up a building twice the size (of the current one),” Osborne said. “There’s no shortage of children that would be interested in being in the program.”
Since the Club is a nonprofit organization, Osborne said it relies largely on donations.