LUBBOCK, Texas — The Ted Phea Boys & Girls Club in East Lubbock got a fresh coat of paint in their teen
room, courtesy of Sherwin-Williams.
Sherwin-Williams District Manager, Kenton Baron, said they have partnered with the club for several years because they have a personal connection to the non-profit.
“A lot of our employees have kids that play at the Boys and Girls Club,” Baron said. “So it was just kind of a natural fit for us.”
Al Duvall, the site director, said they rely on donations, so having Sherwin-Williams come out means everything to the kids at the club.
“The kids need some place that’s positive,” Duvall said. “Some positive role models, a place they can
come and feel welcome and have activities to do.”