- Community Service
- Youth Programs
Bellevue Exchange Club Foundation Reverse Draw
Each year, we get special Legislative permission to raise money for the prevention of child abuse and neglect through a Reverse Draw event at Chaffin’s Barn & Dinner Theatre. Our next event will be held on February 20, 2017. We sell 300 numbered tickets at $50 each and draw numbered balls out of a barrel. The last number drawn gets a cash prize of $5,000. The second to last ball drawn gets $1,000, and the third to the last ball drawn gets $500. You do not have to be present to win the money.
New this year, we will also hold a silent auction for the 5-10 most valuable prizes to try to raise additional funds.
To generate even more fun and excitement, throughout the drawing we give door prizes from local merchants to those who are present.
Please participate in our draw as we work to raise funds for this extremely important initiative! Tickets are available from all Exchange Club of Bellevue members.
Proposed Pump and Jump Course
At our January 3, 2017 meeting, Jason Campbell discussed a proposal to establish a 100 ft x 200 ft paved bicycle pump and jump course on the BSAA property owned by the Exchange Club of Bellevue and leased to BSAA. Todd Sneed updated our club members on the 2016 activities at BSAA which serves more than 1200 youth baseball and softball players from ages 4 to 18 on six different fields (see link to BSAA under Organizations We Support).
Providing Travel Assistance to the Bellevue Indians
Past President Brugh Reynolds and President Tom Drake of the Bellevue Exchange Club were on hand Saturday to present a check for $250 to Coaches Daniel Capps, Todd Sneed and Kenny Smith and the Bellevue Indians to help with travel expenses as the team heads to Glen Allen Virginia where they will compete in the Cal Ripken 12U Southeast Regional Tournament, the last step before the World Series.
Photos by David Bonner
2015-16 Youth of the Year Award Presented
The Exchange Club of Bellevue is very pleased to present Chris Warfield with its 2015-16 Youth of the Year Award for his essay, “Citizen’s Role in Building a Strong America.”
2016 A.C.E. Award Presented