COURTESY AUSTIN CAROLINA CLUB
Members of the Austin Carolina Club helped load and unload
donated items for a garage sale at a settlement home that provides safe shelter for kids who might come from broken homes.
Los Angeles Carolina Club members
got a chance to meet two Tar Heel basketball greats when they attended the
game between the visiting Indiana Pacers
and the hometown Los Angeles Clippers
in December. One is in the picture at
right, Pacers rookie Tyler Hansbrough
’09 (can you find him?). The other was
behind the camera, taking the picture:
Sam Perkins ’ 84, vice president of player
development for the Pacers and a member of the GAA Board of Directors.
volunteers to cut down trees and brush that
were too close to the buildings.
Page and the Austin Carolina Club also
had a second event for Tar Heel Service
Day for those who didn’t want to wield a
chainsaw. They worked at a settlement home
near Austin that provides safe shelter for
kids who might come from broken homes.
The settlement home takes donations of
miscellaneous items from the community
and then holds a garage sale to make
money. The Austin club was there to load
and unload trucks at the sale.
COURTESY OF SAM PERKINS ’ 84
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