We have many school campus based clubs, and as school clubs, they are not open to the public.
We have a need for both Men and Women willing to devout a couple hours a week to change the children of our Community and help us grow into the current requests to open new clubs. We are looking for volunteers for new clubs to be opened at Orchard View, Holton and Fruitport schools.
We have expanded the program in our County offering it as an alternative for the Prosecutors Office. Prosecutor DJ Hilson asked us to help turn the young children away from the disruptive behavior patterns that appear in the youth he has contact with.
We also supported the establishment of the program in Cedar Springs, MI. Cedar Springs reached out for launch support back in 2014, which we provided.
We invite them to join our Club Wide activities often, which they do attend, in fact this years' MOH Camp Commander Award went to Matthew Maxwell of the Cedar Springs Club.
As Founder Tony Rorie shares with others "Muskegon does Men and Ladies of Honor the way it was envisioned. If you want to know how to get the most out of your program talk to Pastor Tim."