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Photos and Text by Eric Heinz
When Keller Williams OC Coastal Realty in San Clemente closes its doors nationwide each May 12, it’s because local children become their clients for a day.
On Thursday, about 50 members of the San Clemente Keller Williams volunteered time to visit with the Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area to facilitate fun and educational activities for the company’s RED Day.
RED Day started as a national campaign to give back to the community in 2009. Darlene Jamroz, a Relator with the San Clemente Keller Williams, said the company brought the day to the Boys & Girls Club last year and hopes to bring more awareness to the club and help with fundraising efforts.
About 160 children were present during the day.
A full story about the RED Day efforts will be in the May 19-25 edition of the San Clemente Times. For more information about the Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area, visit www.bgcsca.org.