BRUSH PRAIRIE — Rocksolid Community Teen Center replaced their 16-year-old sign with the help of South Pacific Café owners and customers.
The restaurant has supported Rocksolid in numerous ways over the last few years. One of those projects has been lunch club. Every Wednesday during the school year, the restaurant donates $1 from every lunch item ordered to Rocksolid.
Matthew Seise, one of the owners of South Pacific Cafe, drives by the center daily and noticed the sign needed replaced. Seise told Marcy Sprecher, executive director at Rocksolid, “we need to get you a new sign.’’
It was decided to use the lunch club funds to do so. Lunch club continues to the end of the school year on Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Funds raised will continue to support programs for the youth at the center. South Pacific Café is located at 15 East Main Street, Battle Ground.
“After 16 years our sign was in great need of replacement. We are very thankful to South Pacific Café’s owners and guests who help us raise funds for this need and others throughout the school year,” Sprecher said.
Rocksolid Community Teen Center offers a safe place after school for students in the Battle Ground and Hockinson School Districts in grades 5-12. The teen center provides caring mentors which help with homework, play games, make crafts, teach life skills, offer free healthy snacks, contribute to community service projects and much more for only $20 a year per student.
Rocksolid is located in the lower level of Bethel Lutheran Church. The mission of the center is “to provide a safe place for youth of our community and to foster relationships with one another and caring adults for the purpose of encouraging them to become ROCKSOLID persons.”
Those interested in finding more about the program, can reach Marcy Sprecher, executive director, by phone at (360) 885-2181 or [email protected]