“Although I loved being an athlete growing up, my whole goal in high school was to get a scholarship at a prestigious college so that I could get a good education outside of athletics.”
“While I loved playing basketball, I also kept something that my dad always said in the back of my head ‘sports is 60 percent mental and 40 percent talent,’ so I knew that I also wanted to get the best education possible.”
Bam Adebayo, the talented Center/Power Forward for the Miami recently competed in the NBA finals, but not so long ago was competing on courts in Guilford County. He credits his strong education for a big part of his success.
High Point will always hold a place in Alice Moore’s heart. The Say Yes Guilford Board Chair made her career working for the city, and she’s making her retirement about helping its children. “I saw the struggles that many of the children in High Point have, struggles...
If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes a community to grow a garden for them to work and learn.
“It takes a village is more than a saying for me. This is how I choose to live my life.”