The Wright State men's and women's basketball teams pitched in Saturday morning to help the Beavercreek Stars rehab its new home located at 1321 Research Park Drive, behind the Beavercreek Post Office on Dayton-Xenia Road.
The teams broke into groups to tackle walls, ceilings, floors and windows while some of the Raiders went outside to spruce up the exterior. The site will be the home of the Stars and house basketball floors as well volleyball courts, offices and areas for rentals.
The Beavercreek Stars is a volunteer, non-profit corporation promoting high quality, competitive basketball. The program includes boys & girls in grades 3-6 in the Beavercreek school district, without regards to race, religion or socio-economic status. The program is designed to:
- Develop basketball skills
- Promote sportsmanship
- Enhance individual contribution to the team
- Provide competitive environment for league & tournament play
- Promote fraternal spirit among players & parents
For more information on the Stars go to http://www.beavercreekstars.org/.